2021 Tennessee Code
Title 2 - Elections
Chapter 10 - Campaign Finances
Part 1 - Financial Disclosure
§ 2-10-113. Digital Currency as Campaign Contribution
- A candidate or political campaign committee is allowed to accept digital currency as a contribution. Digital currency shall be considered a monetary contribution with the value of the digital currency being the market value of the digital currency at the time the contribution is received.
- Any increase in the value of digital currency being held by a candidate or political campaign committee shall be reported as interest on any statement filed pursuant to § 2-10-105.
- A candidate or political campaign committee must sell any digital currency and deposit the proceeds from those sales into a campaign account before spending the funds.
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