Oklahoma has made history by becoming the first U.S. state to legally protect its residents’ right to self-custody Bitcoin. Governor Kevin Stitt recently signed HB 3594 into law, marking a significant milestone for cryptocurrency users in the state. This new legislation empowers Oklahoma citizens to control their digital assets without state interference, reflecting a forward-thinking approach to Bitcoin and digital finance. Key Features of the Legislation The new law, effective November 1, ensures that residents of Oklahoma have the autonomy to hold, control, and use their digital assets freely. Here are the notable implementations: Widespread Legislative Support The bill, backed

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