The “Digital Asset and Blockchain Technology Act” from the State of New Jersey is now before the Senate under Bill 3132 sponsored by Senator Nellie Pou. Similarities with New York’s Bitlicense If passed, the act shall introduce a raft of changes similar to the stringent Bitlicense stipulations of New York. Specifically, the bill requires digital asset handlers

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