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  • Ohio leverages trust in tech with bitcoin tax payments
  • Ohio leverages trust in tech with bitcoin tax payments
    Sebastiaan ter Burg (2018) ©
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Ohio leverages trust in tech with bitcoin tax payments

The state of Ohio is allowing residents to pay their taxes in cryptocurrency. As the American public loses confidence in a government that’s seen as lacking in tech savvy, Ohio is using virtual currencies to piggyback off the public’s faith in the tech industry's emerging developments.

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