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    Texas Department of Banking will allow chartered banks to provide custodial services for cryptocurrencies

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Fri, Jun 11, 2021 5:36 PM by Cryptopolitan

Texas Department of Banking will allow chartered banks to provide custodial services for cryptocurrencies

TL;DR Breakdown State-chartered banks will from now be allowed to offer custodial services for cryptocurrencies.  Safekeeping services would vary from bank to bank,  According to a notice by the Texas Department of Banking,  State-chartered banks will from now be allowed to offer custodial services for cryptocurrencies. The only requirements will be for banks to implement […]

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