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Vermont Government Forms Working Group to Explore Blockchain Technology

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The second-smallest state in the United States by population has formed a working group consisting of state agencies with a view toward studying blockchain technology. This was announced by Vermont’s attorney general, T.J. Donovan, who disclosed that the blockchain working group would commence work next year in January. The working group -- which will seek input from stakeholders, blockchain...

Vermont Includes Digital Currencies in New Money Transmitter Law

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Vermont has passed a new bill into law updating its money transmission regulation to include that of digital currencies. The bill, HB 182, was first proposed in February by democratic representative William Botzow and five other sponsors and was signed into law May 4. Its addition to the state's money transmission law includes a definition for 'virtual currency.' According to the bill, it states:...

Vermont Loses its only Bitcoin ATM

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Bitcoin ATMs have been a growing market worldwide as Bitcoin slowly and consistently gains popularity, and many parts of the United States have joined the technology revolution. Some states in the union are more interested and accommodating than others. New Hampshire has been very pro-Bitcoin within their state's regulatory framework. It appears that their western next door neighbor, Vermont, is...

First Bitcoin ATM in Vermont

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The first Bitcoin ATM in Vermont started operations on Saturday, October 25th at Blu-Bin's location at 49 Church St in the Burlington Town Center. Blu-Bin, Inc is a retail 3D printing company that was founded in August, 2012. In its first two years of operations, it has helped thousands of Vermonters and companies turn their ideas into objects using 3D printing, 3D scanning, and CAD design...