On Wednesday, June 27th, Blockchain Beach attended an event hosted by DNA Fund at their event space, SEED. The topic of the day was "Wyoming," as we were joined by entrepreneurs, educators, and legislators from the 44th state in the union. You can find all tweets from the event using #DNAWyoming. DNA Fund co-founder, James Glasscock, kicked off the day with his opening statements, including the importance of community in pushing forward the adopting of Blockchain technology: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012040333771751424 We then moved on to the first panel of the day: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012042117902811137 This panel helped the crowd understand the benefits of starting a Blockchain business in Wyoming: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012042607336161280 and then how Wyoming came to be such a forward thinking state on this topic: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012043385014607872 Wyoming is looking out for everyone, not special interests, like the banks: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012043801320288256 Especially the banks: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012044850848362496 And you don't have to go through a lot of red tape to register your business and even launch a utility token, just visit their website, blockchainllc.io: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012045969322414080 If you do want to operate a Blockchain business with users in the United States, even if you are incorporated elsewhere, a government can still come knocking. Rob Jennings, co-founder of Beefchain, had a interesting point along those lines: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012048325770555392 Do you have a Blockchain use case that you need a partner to test it with? Wyoming may be the place for you: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012051996042354688 And they're far from finished when it comes to favorable Blockchain legislation: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012050854952644609 After getting our fill of Wyoming beef that had been tracked from calf to plate using Blockchain technology, we sat down with University of Wyoming professors to talk about their students and Blockchain curriculum: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012087705117659136 If you're concerned that starting a company in Wyoming will leave you searching for talented engineers, the University is working to assuage you: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012090762027098113 And the same goes for Cyber Security experts: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012094965051035648 And your Finance and Operations professionals: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012093985542717441 We ended the day with a showcase from some of Wyoming's top entrepreneurs: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012116504433659904 They each gave a first hand account of why Wyoming is a great place for Blockchain business, including Nathan Delong from AlterVerse: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012118500834308096 Charles Dusek of NODE Haven: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012122650502500352 Nelson Lane of DeceCoin: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012132264417755136 And Tony Rose from BeefChain: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012129088054575104 We also heard from DATA, the Digital Asset Trade Association, who works closely with Wyoming legislators in crafting these forward thinking bills: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012125264040456195 Wyoming Senator Ogden Driskell left us with final words of wisdom and encouraged everyone to call their local politicians and speak to them if possible: https://twitter.com/blocchainbeach/status/1012129721662955521 All in all a great event with a unique perspective for everyone to consider. If Wyoming can push forward these laws and get them to be uniformly adopted across states, it may slow the drain of Blockchain innovation that has been happening in the US due to the uncertain regulatory environment.