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Why US Businesses May Stop Accepting Cryptocurrency

Why US Businesses May Stop Accepting Cryptocurrency
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By John Reed Stark (January 12, 2022, 4:22 PM ET) – It might be time to sound the death knell for US companies accepting bitcoin and the rest of the 8000[1] Or so of the cryptocurrency currently in circulation.

Two astonishing, barely-noticed recent regulatory developments, one enacted into law last month and one likely imminent, are on their way to dramatically reduce the number of US companies that will accept cryptocurrency.

In case you missed it, President Joe Biden kicked off a campaign against cybercrime with an innovative and pioneering development. In an unprecedented maneuver to combat the growing threat of cybercrime, the Biden administration is targeting not only the criminals themselves…

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