Miami Commissioners Green-Light $4.5M in MiamiCoin Crypto Funds – BeInCrypto

The City of Miami Commission voted to withdrawal $4.5 million in MiamiCoin contributions that will be used for local projects. 
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The MiamiCoin project in Florida has already seen contributions to the protocol swell to around $4.5 million in a little over a month.

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Okcoin Announces ‘ShellHacks’ Hackathon Sponsorship and New Miami Office – BeInCrypto

Okcoin continues to make a mark on Florida by opening a Miami office and sponsoring the state’s largest hackathon. 
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Cryptocurrency exchange Okcoin has announced the opening of a new Miami office and further plans on how best to support the city’s growing tech community.

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MiamiCoin Generates Over $1M as City Benefits From 30% Revenue – BeInCrypto

The official cryptocurrency of the city of Miami, MiamiCoin, has already generated the city almost $1million. 
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MiamiCoin just launched last week, however the city is already reaping the benefits. The cryptocurrency has already generated close to $1 million for the city.

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CityCoins Announces Launch of MiamiCoin With First Exchange Confirmed – BeInCrypto

The community activation of mining for MiamiCoin is live, and the coin will soon be available for trading on Okcoin. 
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In a press release Tuesday, CityCoins announced the launch of its first token to hit the market.

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City of Miami to Launch ‘MiamiCoin’ to Help Bolster City Funding – BeInCrypto

Miami City has shared plans to debut a cryptocurrency this summer to help drum up additional funding for local projects. 
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The City of Miami, Florida, has announced the upcoming launch of its own cryptocurrency in August.

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Miami Mayor Says Chinese Bitcoin Miners Welcome – BeInCrypto

Mayor Francis Suarez has stated that Bitcoin miners currently under pressure in China are welcome to come to Miami.
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As Chinese authorities crackdown on cryptocurrency mining in China, many companies are scrambling to find new locations.

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Blockchain.com says ‘Goodbye Big Apple, Hello Miami!’

Major crypto solutions provider Blockchain.com is moving its U.S. headquarters from New York to  Miami in an attempt to spur aggressive growth over the next few years.
The $5 billion firm intends to hire 300 new full-time employees in the region over the next 18 months.

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NYC Comptroller Candidate Suggests Crypto Investments as Inflation Hedge – BeInCrypto

Democratic candidate for New York City Comptroller, Reshma Patel, wants the city to invest in crypto and blockchain-based companies.
Patel discussed the details of her plan during a recent Unchained podcast.

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