Lawmakers mull cryptocurrency bills

Sam Spangler reports for KHON2 News.

A handful of bills were introduced at the state Capitol this year to lower roadblocks to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. If there is no change to the law this session, a pilot program that allowed Hawaii residents to purchase digital currencies through exchanges like Gemini will end June 30.

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