Colorado To Accept Bitcoin For State Taxes Today

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Colorado will soon start accepting bitcoin as payment for taxes, Governor Jared Polis said in a Tuesday interview with CNBC.

“We expect to accept crypto by this summer” for all of the state’s tax-related purposes, Polis said.

Polis added that Colorado plans on enabling bitcoin and cryptocurrency payments for other state-related fees in the months following the taxes roll out. Soon enough, a Colorado resident might be able to pay for their driver’s license with bitcoin.

“We’re a very forward-looking, innovative state,” he said.

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