cincinnati is a city where it’s not unusual for people to take a walk in a park or even a street corner.
It’s the city that the world’s largest crypto-currency exchange has been focusing on in the last year.
But in a city known for its progressive politics, the world of crypto-currencies is becoming a hot topic.
It was here in 2014 that the Cincinnati City Council passed a resolution declaring that the city’s new tax-free, decentralized payment system is a catalyst for change.
The idea was to create a way to transfer crypto-assets across the city, making it a more direct link to the local economy.
And so it is that on Friday, February 6, 2019, the city council unanimously approved a resolution to create the world first crypto-credit card that would let people in Cincinnati receive crypto-cash.
The bill will allow people to transfer funds to their own accounts at any bank, credit union, or cash register in the city.
The city will then allow crypto-savvy residents to use their cards for local businesses and services, and in return for the money, they will be credited with crypto-coins.
In short, it’s the world-first crypto-card.
The card, named “CoinCurrency” and created by the Cincinnati Bitcoin Association, is the first of its kind in the country.
Its a way for people in the Cincinnati area to easily transfer their cryptocurrency to a third-party.
For instance, the card would allow you to withdraw Bitcoin from a bank, pay with the Bitcoin Cash cryptocurrency, or pay your rent in crypto.
“The city is excited to introduce the first city-wide cryptocurrency credit card, and it represents a great example of the innovative and forward-thinking thinking ways that Cincinnati has taken its city-based cryptocurrency economy to the next level,” said Daniel R. Fennell, COO of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce.
“Cincinnati has a long history of innovation and innovation is always welcomed in a community where people are passionate about technology.”
The City of Cincinnati was one of a number of cities that passed the ordinance, which was signed by Mayor John Cranley in the spring of 2019.
Cranley’s administration is pushing for greater transparency and the establishment of a new regulatory framework that will provide more clarity and clarity to crypto-owners and developers.
What makes the card unique is that it will allow anyone to transfer their money without the need to set up a bank account or establish a bank transfer website.
“With CoinCurrency, we’re making it easier for Cincinnati residents to do what they need to do with their crypto-money,” said Scott McAlpine, CTO of the city of Cincinnati.
“People have been able to send their Bitcoin to their wallet, to their bank account, to buy groceries, to make payments to friends or to businesses.”
There are still a few steps to take before the card will be operational.
The City Council will need to vote on a bill to authorize the card, the first step in getting the credit card in the hands of consumers.
Then the City Council has the option of moving forward with the bill or allowing the bill to move forward without a vote.
However, the City is hoping that the City will see an increase in the number of people using the card and an increase of activity on the local crypto-scene.
If the City does move forward with a bill allowing the card to be used by citizens, the company that is building the card said it has been receiving more interest than expected.
According to its website, the Cincinnati Card, as a company, is currently seeking funding for its development.
The company says that it has raised over $12,000, with over half of that coming from investors.
This will be the first card in Canada to be certified by the Canada Revenue Agency.