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Gaming Companies Win Reprieve from PUC on Increased Revenue From Last Year’s Tax Bill

July 6, 2018, The Nevada Independent, By Riley Snyder Nevada energy regulators are pumping the brakes on a complex tax withholding system used by NV Energy amid charges from critics…

Why PE is Wary of Jumping Into the Cannabis Market

Law360, July 5, 2018, By Darcy Reddan Investment opportunities abound as the cannabis industry begins to take shape in states across the U.S., but attorneys say a number of obstacles…

Solar-Plus-Storage is Moving Forward in Nevada

July 3, 2018, Solar Power World What a ride it has been. Just three years ago, I was walking up to the hearing room of the Public Utilities Commission of…

Nevada Newsmakers Interview Tyson Falk

June 12, 2018 Tyson Falk is interviewed by Sam Shad regarding blockchain technology and Question 3.  To hear entire interview click here.

Nevada Cannabis, E-Sports, Mining Industries Primed for Blockchain Success

Northern Nevada Business Review, June 8, 2018, by Rob Sabo RENO, Nev. — From marijuana dispensaries to logistics and e-fullfillment centers, blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize the way…

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