In Nebraska können Banken Kryptowährung speichern
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Bill 648, filed at the first meeting of the 107th State Legislature, proposes changes to the Digital Asset Transactions Act.
It sets out the requirements for banks storing digital currencies, smart contracts, and private keys. If the bill passes, state banks will offer digital asset custody services.
Financial institutions that want to store cryptocurrencies will have to notify authorities 60 days in advance and comply with the provisions of the bill. They will also need to comply with state and federal money laundering laws as well as secure digital assets.