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Connecticut Lawmakers Seek To Legalize Smart Contract Use In Commerce

RTTNews Thursday, 21 March 2019
Lawmakers from the U.S. state of Connecticut have introduced a bill that calls for authorizing and legalizing the use of blockchain technology's smart contracts in commerce conducted or initiated in the state. The partisan house bill 7310 titled "An Act Authorizing the use of Smart Contracts" was introduced by the House Commerce Committee.
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