HB 2417 was introduced earlier this month by by state consultant Jeff Weninger. According to public information, two committees in the Arizona House of Representatives unanimously accredited the invoice, with each caucuses giving their assist as effectively.
On 22nd February, the House voted 59-Zero to move the invoice, with one consultant not voting. Yesterday, the measure was formally submitted to the Arizona Senate.
The invoice notably included language concerning good contracts, or self-executing contracts constructed on a blockchain, stating:
“Smart contracts may exist in commerce. A contract relating to a transaction may not be denied legal effect, validity or enforceability solely because that contract contains a smart contract term.”
The Arizona invoice’s success mirrors that of a blockchain examine invoice being superior by two lawmakers in Hawaii. That proposal, which seeks to review how the tech can be utilized to profit the state, unanimously passed the decrease home Hawaii’s legislature earlier this week.
Elsewhere, nonetheless, laws targeted on the tech hasn’t been so profitable.
In North Dakota, lawmakers put the brakes on a proposal to review bitcoin regulation after it had initially cleared the state legislature’s higher chamber. On 23rd February, public information present, the state’s Industry, Business and Labor Committee Committee advisable that the invoice mustn’t move in its present type.
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