As ‘reported‘ earlier, the bill on tokenization, House ‘Bill 185‘, was introduced earlier on 16th Jan. The bill lays added the grounds for storing supposed certificate tokens representing stocks on a blockchain “or alternative secure, auditable information,” and permits the digital transfer of them. The bill is brought forward by Representatives Olsen, Hunt, Brown, Lindholm, Western and Zwonitzer and Senators Driskill and Rothfuss and is about to become effective on 1st July 2019.
The blockchain related bill, House ‘Bill 74‘, was introduced earlier on 8th Jan. The president of the Blockchain Coalition Wyoming named ‘Caitlin Long’, explained in an exceedingly post on her ‘web-site‘ that the legislation would “create special purpose depository establishments to serve businesses.” The bill contain’s pointers that the blockchain industry is usually not able to secure FDIC-insured banking services as of their actual or suspected dealings with crypto-currencies.
Moreover, in line with Long’s post, the bill additionally “provided that a special purpose depository establishment would be prohibited from making loans, would be needed to maintain 100% of its deposits in reserve, would offer services solely to businesses, and should comply with all applicable federal legislations.” This act is scheduled to become effective on 1st Oct., this year.
As ‘reported‘ earlier in Jan., Wyoming Senate additionally passed a ‘bill‘ — that was then approved by the House on 14th Feb. — which will permit cryptocurrencies to be recognized as money. The bill is about to go into effect on 1st of March and would list crypto assets into 3 categories: digital consumers asset, digital securities and virtual currencies.
The country’s parliament at Luxembourg regulators have also passed a new ‘bill 7363‘ into law, facilitating the employment of blockchain technology in monetary services.The new law aims offering monetary market participants with additional transparency and legal certainty in respect to the circulation of securities with blockchain technology. The bill is also additionally geared to make the transfer of securities more economically reducing the intermediaries involved.