What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin (BTC) is the first cryptocurrency created by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008. With the underlying technology blockchain, bitcoin has redefining money in terms of money form, money issuance standard and money movement. Bitcoin has a limit of 21 million coins and uses proof-of-work (POW) consensus. In some sense, bitcoin removes our reliance on central banks and traditional financial institutions that we have to trust on. Bitcoin brings monetary freedom.

The California DMV is set to digitize car titles and title transfers
The project modernises the DMV's record-keeping and reduces fraud by dealers selling defective autos.
California Cannabis Grower Using Blockchain For Tracking
Blockchain and smart contracts help a California cannabis nursery authenticate its therapeutic plants. EMTRI and Global Compliance Applications announced a relationship with Mendocino Clone Company, a nursery. It will use blockchain to batch-certify all clones, or baby plants.
California Gov Vetoes Digital Currency Licensing Bill
California Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed Bill 2269 proposed by State Congressman Tim Grayson on grounds that a more flexible approach is needed to address crypto regulations.
Campaigners In California Can Now Receive Donations in Cryptocurrency
California campaigners may now receive donations through Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies
‘Multiple’ Crypto Lending Firms Are Under Investigation, Says California Regulator
DFPI is investigating several firms offering “crypto-interest accounts” after these platforms abruptly suspended funds withdrawals. These firms have recently put the lives of millions of consumers at risk.
California Signs Executive Order to Formulate Crypto Regulations
The US state of California announced that state agencies will work with the federal government to formulate digital currency regulations to officially accept and supervise cryptocurrencies.
California Crypto Bill Seeks to Measure the Consumer Impact of Digital Assets
California’s Senate Banking and Financial Institutions Committee has unanimously passed Assembly Bill 2150 which will help define digital assets as well as to measure its potential impact on the state and consumers
California Man Pleads Guilty to Running Illegal Bitcoin ATMs and Money Laundering
Kais Mohammad has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges of operating an illegal Bitcoin ATM business that laundered over $25 million.
Why Did the University of California San Francisco Pay Hackers $1.4 Million in Bitcoin?
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), has recently paid criminal hackers $1.14 million to resolve a ransomware attack. The university reportedly paid the amount in 116.4 Bitcoins worth over $1 million.
California Governor Gavin Newsom Warns Bitcoin Scams are Targeting Public In COVID-19 Market
In his official address, Gavin Newsom California governor cautioned the public against individuals asking for advance payment in Bitcoin with the promise of delivering essential commodities.

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