Crypto Users’ Private Keys Now Protected by Law, But There Are Exemptions


Wyoming legislators have passed bill that protects right of every person to keep their private keys undisclosed, except for one case

A bill has been passed in the U.S. State of Wyoming about crypto private keys that protect their owners from disclosing them on demand from authorities or in court.

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According to the document, no user will be driven to unveil their private keys related to digital assets held by them or allow a court to gain access to their digital identity. They cannot be forced to produce their private key even under “any civil, criminal, administrative, legal or other proceedings.”

However, the document states that no individual is required to allow access to their private key “unless a public key is unavailable,” or unless this private key cannot provide the information required.

The bill will come into force if it is signed by the Wyoming governor.CRYPTOCASTER® - DECENTRALIZED FREEDOM!
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