Bitcoin's Regulatory Nightmare Is About to Get More Frightening
May 20, 2015
Let’s say you want to start a Bitcoin company in the U.S., chances are you’re going to need a Money Transmitter License, or rather 51 of them, because 47 states three territories and the District of Columbia each have their own permitting process for any business that handles money on behalf of its customers.
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