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DeSantis Outlines Crypto Agenda: Secrete Service Comes For Florida Bitcoin ATMS

DeSantis Wants Bitcoin Voters, While Biden's Secrete Service Goes After Florida Companies

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DeSantis outlines pro-crypto agenda in contrast to Biden SEC “judge, jury, and executioner”

DeSantis said he would appoint leaders of the country’s regulatory agencies that are focused on helping companies play by the rules rather than focusing on what he perceives as politically charged lawsuits.

Going further, the Florida governor vowed to block any moves to implement a CBDC. Last year, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and major banks announced the launch of a three-month test of a digital dollar to study its feasibility.

US Secret Service launches Central Florida bitcoin ATM warning campaign. Seminole County first stop in 7-county mission to protect “potential victims”

Task force members from the Secret Service Orlando office, Seminole County Sheriff’s Office as well as officers from Lake Mary and Casselberry police departments delivered warning posters to roughly 70 ATM locations identified as bitcoin hubs in Seminole county.

The U.S. Secret Service has already run similar door-to-door poster campaigns at businesses in Washington D.C. and Tennessee with great success.

FBBA Pushes Bitcoin Sales Tax Holiday In Florida: We Want Users To Know Bitcoin Can Be Used, and Using It Without A Sales Tax Will Encourage Adoption.

Last March, Gov. Ron DeSantis proposed integrating cryptocurrency into the state’s financial operations. He advocated for provisions in the 2022-23 budget that would allow businesses to use cryptocurrency for state fees and also suggested pilot programs to incorporate blockchain technology into administrative processes for the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, as well as for Medicaid transactions. Despite the efforts, the state legislature did not approve the proposals.

“I actually had some money in the budget the legislature didn’t pick up to try to do some experiment with blockchain technology on some of the state functions,” DeSantis said at the time.

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