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CALIFORNIA BECOMES SECOND STATE TO PROPOSE VIRTUAL CURRENCY REGULATIONS

20 No. 22 WJBLL 10By Cory Hester, Attorney Editor, Westlaw Capital Markets Daily BriefingWestlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability (Approx. 2 pages)

CALIFORNIA BECOMES SECOND STATE TO PROPOSE VIRTUAL CURRENCY REGULATIONS

20 No. 22 WJBLL 10By Cory Hester, Attorney Editor, Westlaw Capital Markets Daily BriefingWestlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability (Approx. 2 pages)

20 No. 22 Westlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability 10
Westlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability
*1 March 23, 2015
Virtual Currency
By Cory Hester, Attorney Editor, Westlaw Capital Markets Daily Briefing
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CALIFORNIA BECOMES SECOND STATE TO PROPOSE VIRTUAL CURRENCY REGULATIONS

Following the New York's lead, California recently became the second state to propose measures to regulate virtual currency.
Assembly Bill 1326, drafted by Democratic Assemblymember Matt Dababneh, aims to regulate companies and businesses that accept...
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