When award-winning blockchain development company BlockCrushr Labs had to choose a new location for its headquarters, it could have chosen a crypto-friendly jurisdiction…

Like Estonia, a country committed to blockchain development.

Or Malta, which levies no taxes on certain crypto token models.

Or Singapore, which blockchain research firm Applicature chose as the world’s most attractive place to launch initial coin offerings (ICOs).

Yet, when the two-year-old company outgrew its Halifax, Canada headquarters… it chose to set up shop in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Here’s what CEO Scott Burke said last month about his company’s move to Cheyenne:

Wyoming is one of the best places in the U.S. to do business. Between low startup costs, the most business-friendly tax system in the country, and lawmakers who are focused on supporting and fostering the growth of innovative fintech business and technology, Wyoming just makes sense.

When most people think of Wyoming, they probably see coal mines and cattle ranches, not a bustling tech hub.

But over the past few months, Wyoming has attracted two or three new crypto startups—per day. That’s because the state has some of the most crypto-friendly laws in the nation.

I expect other states will copy Wyoming’s legislation… and roll out the welcome mat for blockchain companies.

This is great news for the blockchain industry and investors in blockchain technology.

Headed West

Last month, Wyoming’s legislature passed five bills to attract cryptocurrency and blockchain companies to the state.

Two of them really caught our eyes.

One law exempts cryptocurrency miners and developers from state taxes (with certain caveats). Another exempts some types of digital tokens from state securities regulation (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, take note).

These laws are already attracting blockchain startups.

Charles Dusek is the co-founder of NODE Haven. His firm plans to launch a $50 million ICO this year. But his lawyers suggested he hold the ICO outside of the country because of Byzantine regulations across the U.S.

However, Dusek decided to register in Wyoming because the state’s new crypto laws “lowers our risk.” And now he’s recommending that other ICOs register in the state, too.

James Row is a managing partner for Entoro Capital in Houston. He registered a new blockchain finance company in Wyoming soon after the laws changed.

“It’s cheaper and easier from a corporate filing perspective,” Row told Bloomberg. “Wyoming is proving that it’s being pro-business and anti-bureaucracy.”

This is just the latest sign that Wyoming is becoming a haven for crypto startups.

Other States Will Follow Wyoming’s Lead

Wyoming is a trailblazer in the crypto space. The state even plans to put some of its administrative systems on the blockchain.

North Dakota and New Hampshire are already consulting Wyoming about passing their own cryptocurrency laws.

This is just the start of a larger trend. States are finally recognizing the potential of blockchain businesses and adjusting their laws accordingly.

They won’t sit idly by as this growing industry moves offshore. One by one, they’ll pass their own crypto-friendly laws… or they’ll miss the party altogether.

Eventually, the federal government will follow. The IRS and the SEC are still dragging their feet when it comes to cryptocurrencies. But I predict they’ll learn from the states and create reasonable regulations for cryptos.

New crypto-friendly laws will continue to fuel what PBRG guru Teeka Tiwari calls the Second Boom.

Teeka says the Second Boom is when big institutions like hedge funds and pension plans flood the space with trillions in capital.

Legislative uncertainty is one of the reasons big money funds have waited to get into the crypto space. But with more crypto-friendly legislation on the way, there will be one less reason to delay investment.

That’s great news for token holders and blockchain investors.


Nick Rokke, CFA
Analyst, The Palm Beach Daily

P.S. If Wyoming continues to attract blockchain companies, Cheyenne could join that list of fast-growing cities on our real estate watch list.

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