Wyoming bullishly courts crypto, even after collapse of FTX


              A sculpture of a boy with a saddle, seen Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, on a street in downtown Cheyenne, Wyo. is a nod to the state's Western heritage. Wyoming has sought with several new laws to attract crypto-related businesses to the state and plans to keep doing so despite the industry's recent troubles. (AP Photo/Mead Gruver)
            
              A CoinFlip cryptocurrency ATM is seen Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, inside the entrance to the Cheyenne, Wyo., headquarters of Tacen, a cryptocurrency exchange planned to launch in 2023. Wyoming has sought with several new laws to attract crypto-related businesses to the state and plans to keep doing so despite the industry's recent troubles. (AP Photo/Mead Gruver)
            
              Tacen CEO Jae Yang, left, and company attorney John Bugnacki are seen Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, inside the Cheyenne, Wyo. headquarters of the cryptocurrency exchange planned to launch in 2023. Wyoming has sought with several new laws to attract crypto-related businesses to the state and plans to keep doing so despite the industry's recent troubles. (AP Photo/Mead Gruver)
            Micheal Weir, a contractor for cryptocurrency mining equipment company Elite Mining, stands next to a container of BitCool electronics coolant outside the company's facility in Cheyenne, Wyo. on Monday, Nov. 28, 2022. Wyoming has sought with several new laws to attract crypto-related businesses to the state and plans to keep doing so despite the industry's recent troubles. (AP Photo/Mead Gruver)
Wyoming bullishly courts crypto, even after collapse of FTX