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New Hampshire gov releases report on blockchain following executive order

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Chris Sununu, the governor of New Hampshire, has released the results of an investigation from a ​​commission aimed at recommending legislation around digital assets and blockchain as part of a 2022 executive order.In a Jan.

19 announcement, Sununu said the Commission on Cryptocurrencies and Digital Assets had reported the legal and regulatory status of cryptocurrencies and digital assets was “highly uncertain,” stymying development and leading to less protection for investors and consumers.

The group recommended New Hampshire establish a state legal regime aimed at drawing in blockchain firms and individuals.According to the report, sent to the governor on Dec.

22, the commission considered the human factor in its recommendations, alluding to the collapse of FTX and the arrest of its former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried — i.e. "criminal fraud resulting in the loss of billions of dollars of customer assets”.

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