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Billing in bitcoins

by , Mar 28, 2013 | 7:28 pm

One of the many things I love about having a specialized, small law practice is my autonomy and flexibility. If I want to implement a business idea for Gaming Counsel, I can research it, think about it, and then do it. Provided that I comport with the law and the strictures of my regulators (e.g., the Law Society of Upper Canada & the State Bar of Nevada), I can go ahead and try new things. That’s a freedom I didn’t have as much of — not to say none of — at a big firm, and I don’t miss being more tied up.

With that in mind, I’ve decided to start accepting certain gaming business in bitcoins, which is intriguing for the firm. I don’t expect it will be a lot of business, but bitcoin is an engrossing concept and currency, and I’d like to at least try to keep up with its development and how my clients might like to do business.

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