Billionaire bitcoin evangelist Tim Draper has grudgingly shelved his ambitious plan to split California into three states. Draper, a venture capitalist and prolific cryptocurrency investor, wrote in a letter dated Aug. 2 that he will not appeal a court decision barring his initiative — formally known as Proposition 9 but better known as “Cal 3”
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