The largest infrastructure bill in US history has just been sent to the US Senate for consideration. However, the bill requires cryptocurrency miners, marked as "brokers," to pay a huge amount of tax, which Senator Cynthia Lummis and her colleagues questioned and immediately filed an amendment.
Miami has been supportive of the fintech industry and cryptocurrencies and blockchain in particular. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has just launched the city's own cryptocurrency called MiamiCoin ($MIA). How does Miami compare to other crypto cities?
The nascent blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies offer great potential and various use cases. For this reason, they are being closely looked at, especially amidst lockdowns and general digitization. Thus, since 2021 began, two cities in the United States announced plans to employ innovations to the benefit of their citizens.
Since last year, we have seen a lot of sports companies including Juventus, the Miami Dolphins, Gibraltar’s semi-professional team, and others, jump onto the bandwagon of Blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Professional United States football team the Miami Dolphins has made the decision to adopt the Litecoin cryptocurrency for purchasing tickets. This move has made Miami Dolphins to be among the first football teams to adopt cryptocurrency. In an important effort toward conventional adoption and appreciation, the Litecoin Foundation revealed that this teamwork will bring a significant configuration between Litecoin and Miami Dolphins.
Projects Districts, the world’s first fully decentralized virtual ecosystem designed to project real-world and ethereal experiences to users, is now making the headlines on a regular basis. After attending the just concluded Dubai International Blockchain Summit, the team is all set to take part in the North American Bitcoin Conference scheduled to be held in Miami on January 18th and 19th 2018.