This U.S city Becomes The First To Add Payroll Conversion To Crypto For Employees
New York City’s newly elected mayor, Eric Adams has proposed to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, among others regarding the need for Bitcoin adoption.
The city of Jackson, Tennessee led by the city’s mayor, Scott Conger has agreed to go ahead.
A wave of political goodwill and support for Bitcoin is building up in the U.S. Bitcoin’s dizzying market price swings aside, it seems some politicians have recognized Bitcoin’s potential and its popularity.
Numerous mayors across the United States expressed bullish sentiments.
These include New York City’s newly elected mayor, Eric Adams to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, among others.
Now, in the wave of cities across the U.S edging closer to Bitcoin adoption, the city of Jackson, Tennessee led by the city’s mayor, Scott Conger is racing ahead.
The city has now opened a request for bids from companies that will be responsible for converting cryptocurrencies.
The announcement concerning the request for proposal read as:“The RFP is open! The 22nd (December) is when the respondents have to respond to the RFP. So once the 22nd hits, we’ll open the bids, have the committee, and then they’ll review it. They’ll probably make a recommendation to the council in February.