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The Us state of Florida is opening up the use of cryptocurrency to pay taxes. Governor: Plans are under way

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The US state of Florida is working on a plan to let companies pay their taxes in cryptocurrencies, according to governor Ron De Santis.

In fact, he began proposing in December that the state open up businesses to pay their state fees in cryptocurrencies.

Ron De Santis said at a news conference Tuesday: If.

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