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May. 2, 2014 9:15 am

Maryland officials issue warning on Bitcoin [Links]

"Mark Kaufman, Maryland's commissioner of financial regulation, said in that statement that the state doesn't regulate virtual currencies but is examining issues related to them."

Maryland officials issue warning on Bitcoin, virtual currencies [Baltimore Sun]: “Mark Kaufman, Maryland’s commissioner of financial regulation, said in that statement that the state doesn’t regulate virtual currencies but is examining issues related to them.”

Tech industries called vital for state [The Daily Record]: “Maryland needs to find ways to increase manufacturing jobs in economically depressed areas of the state. Or it has to find technology innovators, because manufacturing is dead.”

Virginia IT firm American Technology Services plans to open Baltimore office [Baltimore Business Journal]: “A Fairfax, Va.-based information technology support firm is planning to open a sales office in Baltimore by the end of the summer.”

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Andrew Zaleski

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