Nebraska May Let State Banks Offer Cryptocurrency Services
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Banks in Nebraska keen to cash in on the cryptocurrency tech craze could start offering services to customers who own Bitcoin and other digital assets as part of a bill backed by state lawmakers on Monday.
Senators advanced the measure, 39-1, by the first of three votes required in the Legislature.
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