A tax collector from Florida has agreed with bitcoin payment service provider BitPay and will now use crypto currency for various services.
Seminole Tax collector Joel Greenberg announced on Monday that the tax office of the division will accept driver's license and identity cards, plate and estate tax payments as bitcoin and bitcoin cash.
Bureau crypto money to expedite the flow of fees and taxes, reduce the likelihood of potential fraud and identity theft, and increase transparency and certainty about payments.
Greenberg commented on the following points in his statement:
"The reason for my office is that our customers are faster, smarter, and more efficient. and attract more public services to 18th century standards to 21st century standards. One way to achieve this is to add crypto money to our payment options. "
This partnership with BitPay is a first in terms of a partnership involving the state circle. Jeremie Beaudyr, chairman of the compliance unit, explains the reason for his company's move to the market, "We have seen the opportunity to make a revolution if we use the blockchain to make the payments in the financial industry faster, safer and more economical on a global scale."
Jeremie [19459004 Seminole Seminole We agreed with the goal of making the job easier to make by accepting Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash payment The Tax Collection Office represents a province in our deal with a government agency for us. "
But this is not exactly the case in the government.
Arizona and of Georgia are two of the states of the state although this partnership for BitPay is a first, but other local government departments other than Greenberg's office also accept the crypto- parliament members had made suggestions that citizens should be able to meet their provincial tax liabilities with bitcoin and other cryptographic currencies during the year. Unfortunately, neither of the two laws could reach the respective legislatures.