Texas aiming to become world-class leader in blockchain industry

Texas aiming to become world-class leader in blockchain industry 2

Mainstream news media websites claimed that Texas is going to be a leader in the blockchain technology based industry and right now they scheduled a summit with high profile people in the second week of October 2021. 

On 2 October, Forbes published an article on Texas’ situation and inclination towards the blockchain technology revolution. Forbes report claimed that Texas is going to become a leader in the blockchain Industry. 

According to Forbes, Captain Lee Bratcher, Founder and President of the Texas Blockchain Council, will host a “Texas Blockchain Council”. On 8 October 2021. And this host will be going to a changing movement in Texas toward blockchain adoption.

So the Texas Blockchain Council innovation discussion will be held 3 days later on 8 October. The main guests of this council will be high profile players like Senator Cynthia Lummis from Wyoming, Senator Ted Cruz  from the local, Senator John Cornyn also from the local of Texas, and Nic Carter,Coin Metrics Co-Founder. These crypto luminaries will talk about the initiative purpose of this council. 

The Texas Blockchain Council is only a non- profitable association or we may say a company or group of people, which are engaged in the blockchain industry. The main aim of the Texas Blockchain Council is to make the jurisdiction of Texas to choose the blockchain technology to bring revolution.

It is worth noting that this news is coming after the recent two meetings of the Texas Blockchain Council with Greg Abbot, Governor of Texas. And they tweeted about the supported statements for blockchain based industry adoption.

So through the tweet, we can say that the Governor wants to show his presence to support this crypto industry and blockchain technology at their best. 

Before this, mr. Governor tweeted about the Texas’s bitcoin mining Competition in May 

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