Virtual Currency Defined As A Legal Currency- Interview With State Representative

I had the pleasure to talk with Tyler Lindholm, a State Representative from Wyoming. He was heavily involved in the Bills that were recently passed in Wyoming.

I would encourage you to listen to the entire conversation but I know most won’t. So with that said here are some time stamps.

Below is the link to the website with the audio file.

http://bitbetterhavemymoney.com/legal-currency-in-wyoming-interview-with-state-representative/

6:00- We start to talk about the Bills.

10:20- Set up file 111. This is very interesting.

12:00- Virtual currency defined as a legal currency in Wyoming.

Yes, that is correct. Wyoming has defined it as a legal currency. This is a big deal. Right now crypto is defined as a property, subject to property tax.

Wyoming is the first in the world to classify it as a currency. I hope that everywhere follows their lead.


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