JumpStart business accelerator said that as part of the blockchain-start-ups support initiative, six Ohio funds are investing over $ 100 million in projects that develop solutions based on distributed registry technology for businesses and government agencies. This is reported by Cleveland.com.
For example, blockchain projects developing in the Ohio Opportunity Zone will receive access to funding of almost $ 200 million over the next three years.
As reported, the funding plans were revealed at the Blockland Solutions Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, by JumpStart CEO Ray Leach.
Previously, the Ohio government allowed companies registered in the state to pay Bitcoin all types of taxes and fees - from excise taxes on cigarettes to insurance premiums on employees.