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Bullish Crypto News – Texas Governor Crypto Law, Visa USDC, Governments Buying Bitcoin, Fidelity BTC





Texas Governor Greg Abbott tweets “Count me in as a crypto law proposal supporter. It is increasingly being used for transactions and is beginning to go mainstream as an investment. (Fidelity, etc. trying to get Bitcoin ETF). Texas should lead on this like we did with a gold depository. U.S. needs to mine more bitcoins due to national security reasons, Miami mayor says. Governments are looking to buy Bitcoin, NYDIG CEO confirms. Visa becomes first major Payments Network to settle transactions in USD Coin (USDC). Silvergate Bank will be the second lender to extend bitcoin-backed loans to investors who custody their crypto with Fidelity. Stablecoin reserves on crypto exchanges hit new historic high of $10 billion.

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