Bitcoin can now be used to pay taxes in The Buckeye State. This makes Ohio the first state in the US to allow businesses to pay taxes with crypto.
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Whether you realize it or not, you interact with the legal system every day. From employment contracts to how the money is divided when you buy an album. Smart Contracts are going to have a big impact on the law and how you interact with it.
Gamers are all too familiar with in-game currencies, but what if you could take the coins out of the game? That’s exactly what these five dApps let you do.
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Brave is an open-source blockchain-powered browser that focuses on protecting user’s privacy. Here are five fun facts about the Brave Browser.
Is Bitcoin even legal? Well, that depends on where you live. Check out this video to find out the legal lowdown on bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
Blockchain is helping the Energy Sector move forward by allowing transactions to be securely stored on distributed ledgers and executed with Smart Contracts.
As demand from students and employers for blockchain education increases, universities have responded by offering blockchain courses and even degrees.
Chris Gonyo, the co-founder of Crypto Key Stack, was kind enough to stop by WTF headquarters for an interview and demonstration of his hardware wallet.