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June 26, 2014, 11:33:12 PM
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Congratulations, a new business niche has been created.
It's called Cryptocurrency Lawyers.


All licensed attorney who specialize in cryptocurrency laws may advertise themselves in this thread below.
You will get a lot of customers. Reply to this thread with your name and contact information.

Lawyers specialize in cryptocurrency laws


 
 
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June 27, 2014, 08:01:07 AM
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Hey

How is this working out for you?? lol

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June 28, 2014, 01:59:09 AM
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Congratulations, a new business niche has been created.
It's called Cryptocurrency Lawyers.


All licensed attorney who specialize in cryptocurrency laws may advertise themselves in this thread below.
You will get a lot of customers. Reply to this thread with your name and contact information.

 Entity Name    CRYPTOCURRENCY INC.     File Number    69205704
 Status    ACTIVE
 Entity Type    CORPORATION     Type of Corp    DOMESTIC BCA
 Incorporation Date (Domestic)    12/06/2013     State    ILLINOIS
 Agent Name    SPIEGEL & UTRERA, P.A.     Agent Change Date    12/06/2013
 Agent Street Address    123 W MADISON ST STE 806     President Name & Address    
 Agent City    CHICAGO     Secretary Name & Address    
 Agent Zip    60602     Duration Date    PERPETUAL
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June 28, 2014, 06:56:34 AM
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Not sure why others post jibberish. This thread is for lawyers who specialize in cryptocurrency law to advertise themselves.


 
 
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June 29, 2014, 07:15:09 AM
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Not sure why others post jibberish. This thread is for lawyers who specialize in cryptocurrency law to advertise themselves.

Well it's not really gibberish.  He's posting the incorporation info.  I run a business myself as does my wife.  I don't consider that info gibberish.  Neither does the state of CA with respect to professional business behavior.

Anywho, is CryptoCurrencyInc.com looking for agents or do they represent established attorneys?  One of the most notoriously brazen BTC thefts occurred in Illinois perpetrated by Hashking.  I still believe many would like to see him brought to justice for his theft of coins.

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July 02, 2014, 09:16:34 PM
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I like this idea as I'm trying to find a lawyer and a CPA who's familiar with the tax and laws surrounding bitcoins. Maybe you should setup a format that others can copy and reply with all relevant information, including location is it will vary from state to state for US.

However, recommend anyone in SoCal Los Angeles area? Smiley
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July 03, 2014, 02:57:37 AM
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Hi. Just came across this thread. I am an advocate based in New Delhi, India. I have my oown fiirm by the name of CriTaxCorp which deals into Criminal, Taxation and Corporate practice.  I have been studying the legal aspects covering the cryptocurrency cloud and I also have on of our clients who have opened their bitcoin exchange in India. If the members of this forum have any problem they can surely route it to me and I would glad to help. My contact details are mentioned below.

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I'm a lawyer in the Boston, MA area.  I'm a member of an 8 person law firm.  Feel free to PM me with any questions or issues you need legal help with.  I have experience in a wide range of topics (if I can't help you I can send you to someone who can).  Thanks.
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July 03, 2014, 11:04:31 PM
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For Italy
www.coinlex.it
Group of Lawyer and Tax Consultants on Cryptocurrencies.

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July 05, 2014, 11:38:15 PM
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In the US it is considered to be unethical for attorneys to advertise their services or to solicit a client for a specific case.
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January 02, 2015, 09:33:59 AM
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It looks like this guy here (bitcointalk username: Vlad2Vlad ) is looking for a cryptocurrency lawyer to sue Paycoin for using the name of his coin
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268941.520



 
 
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January 02, 2015, 09:55:35 AM
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Anybody want to take the Bitfloor case, assuming someone else hasn't already? https://www.reddit.com/r/BitFloored/

Tokyo PD are supposedly saying MtGox's theft was an inside job, so maybe Kraken can be brought in to deal with Bitfloor's theft too.

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January 29, 2015, 05:54:11 AM
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Congratulations, a new business niche has been created.
It's called Cryptocurrency Lawyers.


All licensed attorney who specialize in cryptocurrency laws may advertise themselves in this thread below.
You will get a lot of customers. Reply to this thread with your name and contact information.

Lawyers specialize in cryptocurrency laws

I need some help.

Coinjar verified my account and I have had a few minor problems with the that I complained about. 

Recently I have sent them over 16btc to manage with my verified account. 
I tried to withdraw some and also send some more to my account.

They have now frozen my account and have told me they will not provide us with telephone communication and only send emails to me.
They are saying my money will stay frozen until I tell them all the details involved in every single transaction I have sent them in the last month.
They also say that I have to explain what I will do with my bitcoin if they do take hold off my account.

I understand the support staff work out of Melbourne Australia and I am a British citizen with Australian residence and an Australian registered company. 

Do they have any grounds here to do this and isn't what they are doing going against everything bitcoin stands for.

I am prepared to pay for legal services and fight this tooth and nail,  no matter the expenses.  I believe this is going to test this currency and am looking for legal advice before I contact my friends who are journalists in respectable technology columns of national newspapers. 

In the meantime I am losing as bitcoin devalues and these people will not release my funds.

Coinjar has also explained hostility and are using slang terms in their responses to me as though I am kit a customer of value to them.
It is easy to say I want my money back but I also want to see this in court as it does not seem they should be able to do this with no Regards to me losing a fortune while it devalues. 
I think this is terrible for bitcoin and will be seeking exposure in the media to have them make it widely known that yiu have to prove every transaction ever made with this company or they will not allow you to touch your funds.

Could someone please advise if this is legal because it is not what is advertised with bitcoin for the general public.  They have done this because I asked a customer to deposit money into my bitcoin wallet by using a biller code seeing they did not have bitcoin themselves. 

Apparently this is illegal but they don't tell you this when they give you the billercode to use. 
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January 29, 2015, 06:02:14 AM
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Congratulations, a new business niche has been created.
It's called Cryptocurrency Lawyers.


All licensed attorney who specialize in cryptocurrency laws may advertise themselves in this thread below.
You will get a lot of customers. Reply to this thread with your name and contact information.

Lawyers specialize in cryptocurrency laws

I need some help.

Coinjar verified my account and I have had a few minor problems with the that I complained about. 

Recently I have sent them over 16btc to manage with my verified account. 
I tried to withdraw some and also send some more to my account.

They have now frozen my account and have told me they will not provide us with telephone communication and only send emails to me.
They are saying my money will stay frozen until I tell them all the details involved in every single transaction I have sent them in the last month.
They also say that I have to explain what I will do with my bitcoin if they do take hold off my account.

I understand the support staff work out of Melbourne Australia and I am a British citizen with Australian residence and an Australian registered company. 

Do they have any grounds here to do this and isn't what they are doing going against everything bitcoin stands for.

I am prepared to pay for legal services and fight this tooth and nail,  no matter the expenses.  I believe this is going to test this currency and am looking for legal advice before I contact my friends who are journalists in respectable technology columns of national newspapers. 

In the meantime I am losing as bitcoin devalues and these people will not release my funds.

Coinjar has also explained hostility and are using slang terms in their responses to me as though I am kit a customer of value to them.
It is easy to say I want my money back but I also want to see this in court as it does not seem they should be able to do this with no Regards to me losing a fortune while it devalues. 
I think this is terrible for bitcoin and will be seeking exposure in the media to have them make it widely known that yiu have to prove every transaction ever made with this company or they will not allow you to touch your funds.

Could someone please advise if this is legal because it is not what is advertised with bitcoin for the general public.  They have done this because I asked a customer to deposit money into my bitcoin wallet by using a biller code seeing they did not have bitcoin themselves. 

Apparently this is illegal but they don't tell you this when they give you the billercode to use. 

Thats a shame.  I've had nothing but good experiences with them.
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January 29, 2015, 09:29:29 AM
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Congratulations, a new business niche has been created.
It's called Cryptocurrency Lawyers.


All licensed attorney who specialize in cryptocurrency laws may advertise themselves in this thread below.
You will get a lot of customers. Reply to this thread with your name and contact information.

Lawyers specialize in cryptocurrency laws

I need some help.

Coinjar verified my account and I have had a few minor problems with the that I complained about. 

Recently I have sent them over 16btc to manage with my verified account. 
I tried to withdraw some and also send some more to my account.

They have now frozen my account and have told me they will not provide us with telephone communication and only send emails to me.
They are saying my money will stay frozen until I tell them all the details involved in every single transaction I have sent them in the last month.
They also say that I have to explain what I will do with my bitcoin if they do take hold off my account.

I understand the support staff work out of Melbourne Australia and I am a British citizen with Australian residence and an Australian registered company. 

Do they have any grounds here to do this and isn't what they are doing going against everything bitcoin stands for.

I am prepared to pay for legal services and fight this tooth and nail,  no matter the expenses.  I believe this is going to test this currency and am looking for legal advice before I contact my friends who are journalists in respectable technology columns of national newspapers. 

In the meantime I am losing as bitcoin devalues and these people will not release my funds.

Coinjar has also explained hostility and are using slang terms in their responses to me as though I am kit a customer of value to them.
It is easy to say I want my money back but I also want to see this in court as it does not seem they should be able to do this with no Regards to me losing a fortune while it devalues. 
I think this is terrible for bitcoin and will be seeking exposure in the media to have them make it widely known that yiu have to prove every transaction ever made with this company or they will not allow you to touch your funds.

Could someone please advise if this is legal because it is not what is advertised with bitcoin for the general public.  They have done this because I asked a customer to deposit money into my bitcoin wallet by using a biller code seeing they did not have bitcoin themselves. 

Apparently this is illegal but they don't tell you this when they give you the billercode to use. 

Thats a shame.  I've had nothing but good experiences with them.

Same with me until this. 

I asked them how long can they legally hold my money and when that time expires,  what is the process that happens with my funds.

Their reply was "we will hold your money as long we want".

I asked for a phone number to contact them and the address of their registered office and their response was"  we are only going to communicate with you through the writing of emails and if yiu refuse to reply to these emails then we will cease communication and hold your money indefinitely ".

They have asked me to explain all transaction to my account and from my account and demanded that I tell them what I wish to do with my bitcoin if they release my funds.

This is disgusting treatment and they won't even let me communicate with their security team,  they keep writing to me saying our security team wants to know this and wants to know that etc etc.

They have vilified me.  I have been a verified member for a year and now I start making some bitcoin they have locked everything up,  removed my verification and are talking to me like they are my dictator. 

My opinion of them is that they are as bad as PayPal and that I will never again touch bitcoin.
I am looking for legal assistance and I am prepared to spend whatever it takes to have the questions that their writings have left me with,  answered in a court of law.
I can not sit by and allow them to treat a customer with absolutely no respect.
I will gladly forward all communication to date to anyone who Regards themselves as a professional with bitcoin law or a barrister who is familiar with this law that would be willing to discuss legal proceedings. I have nothing to hide at all.
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Selachii LLP are the UK's most experienced law firm in any form of Crypto Currency.  We have assisted client's with crypto exchange start up models, BTC ATM contracts and general advice in relation to crypto contracts.

We are leading a worldwide based group of clients in respect of the Mt Gox collapse and we are also the lead firm on two very high profile UK based exchange collapses.

We are the only firm in the UK who truly accept BTC as payment, we provide wallet addresses to our clients for payment. Richard Howlett is a Partner in the firm and regularly appears in the media providing advice and quotes concerning the crypto industry.

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February 14, 2015, 01:36:33 AM
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It is really STUPID to "hire" an attorney.  If an attorney is honest, which 99.99% are NOT (if you are ignorant, understand that 99.99% of attorneys are criminals that will either take your money are run or take your money and sell you out for more money), they will work for free and get paid by the attorney costs in a winning judgment.  There is NO REASON EVER to pay an attorney.  What do you think attorney costs in judgments are for?  Any attorney that wants money before he wins is an attorney that doesn't care to win.  Generally, in the USA at least, court cases are decided behind the scenes, either as part of a conspiracy, or on behalf of the BARs political agenda.  Justice and law are irrelevant.  I have been fighting politically incorrect, yet legally correct cases for 20 years, and I never win, even though I win on paper.  The BAR/judicial system has endless ways to enforece it's own agenda, lawful/legal or not.  Sooner or later, my work will amount to a win, because the entire system is doomed from corruption ...  We are all living in a global plutocratic kleptocracy, and it can't last forever.
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For people in the USA, this is the basics of law, if you want any chance at all, you must DIY:

1) law is in a hierarchy, federal law supercedes state law which supercedes municipal/local law.
2) municipalities/cities are creations of the state, which are creations of the US/federal govt.
Of course, the 13 original colonies created the US/federal govt, but the Civil War fixed that flaw,
and re-made the 13 original states into products of the US/federal govt.
3) you must understand that US=federal, which truly means DC, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam, etc.
4) you must understand that USA is everything - US + all states.  With regard to "Made in the US" and
passports, US means USA too Smiley  Notice they don't say "Made in the USA" much anymore.
5) you must understand that after the revolution in 1776, the only authority in the USA was the
common law (contract and property rights).
6) you must understand that truly, there is only "law of the land that you own", and that honestly,
federal law only applies on federal land, state law only applies on state-owned land, and city/municipal
law only applies on land that the city/municipality has actually purchased.  And that truly, people in the
USA are kings on their own land.  Land not owned, such as public lands/highways come under the
domain of the common law properly.
7) you must understand that truth is not reality in law, and that by force alone, all governments:
city/municipal/state/federal exceed their territorial jurisdiction, and claim authority on any land owned
by anyone, and public land as well.  And that this happens because the common law offices have been
eliminated, and the people are too dumb to establish them (eg, employee sheriffs are not common law
sheriffs).
Cool New York is all land within the boundaries of New York.  State of New York is only land within New York
that has been purchased by the state government.  A small part of New York, and that is the lawful
extent of the territorial jurisdiction of the State of New York ... but who cares?  Who even understands?
9) when this is understood, you must learn the rules of court for whatever court you wish to use,
most generally, you will begin in a State court below the Supreme Court for that State.  There is no way
around this: the rules of court are the rules.  There's no tricks, magic, or any other thing that will help.
You can use state/federal law - whatever you want - to begin in the State's courts.

10) finally, for every civil or criminal action you prosecute or defend against, you must search the case
law and statutes to find the "essential elements" that are the required proofs of such actions, and then
in few words as possible, and with orderly logic, you must demonstrate evidence of each of these
elements (if prosecuting) or lack of such evidence (if defending).

That's the basic essentials of being your own attorney.  You will find that the BAR members will
despise you for making use of THEIR courts ... But there is no other option, since the people
have neglected to establish the common law offices and courts of their own.

Finally, there are 4 organic laws in the USA: DoI, AoC, NW Territorial Ordinance, and Constitution (the latter, which was never "adopted", but merely used to provide some elements with which to modify the AoC, only concerns those living on US property).  If you hear people talking about their "1st amendment" or "2nd amendment" rights, you can be sure they are clueless and totally ignorant ... unless they are in DC or a federal park or on other federal/state land.  No US president EVER takes any of the oaths in the Constitution - just goes to show you how duped the population is ... compare the presidential oath taken by the president in Wikipedia with those in the Constitution Smiley  And the fraud has been going on for over 225 years.

Statistics demonstrate that the man that does his own legal work fairs MUCH BETTER than those that hire attorneys.  It is always much better to lose on your own than to pay somebody to lose for you.  Also note that most/all state courts lack any rule that states one must pay the court to file an action ... just goes to show you how corrupt the courts are - they extort payments out of your ignorance without any authority to do so.  That is what you walk into when you walk into courts - a nest of rats.
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If you are really good at what you do in establishing truth in a US court, they will simply ignore you.  There is no rule that says a "judge" must rule on any of your motions.  That is what typically happens to me in cases against the system:

I am allowed to file my complaint, but after that, not a single motion I submit is ruled upon, not a single objection or statement I make is given any attention, and there's no law or rule against it Smiley  The system is simply free to ignore you.

"Judges" have ABSOLUTE IMMUNITY, which means they can tamper with court records, dispose of them, tamper with audio recordings and evidence - they can do ANYTHING THEY WANT, and there's nothing you can do about it.  Because the people have neglected to establish common law offices of their own.  It's that simple.  In the USA today, the only courts available are foreign to the people: courts of the state (not so in England, where the common law still functions).
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If you are really good at what you do in establishing truth in a US court, they will simply ignore you.  There is no rule that says a "judge" must rule on any of your motions.  That is what typically happens to me in cases against the system:

I am allowed to file my complaint, but after that, not a single motion I submit is ruled upon, not a single objection or statement I make is given any attention, and there's no law or rule against it Smiley  The system is simply free to ignore you.

"Judges" have ABSOLUTE IMMUNITY, which means they can tamper with court records, dispose of them, tamper with audio recordings and evidence - they can do ANYTHING THEY WANT, and there's nothing you can do about it.  Because the people have neglected to establish common law offices of their own.  It's that simple.  In the USA today, the only courts available are foreign to the people: courts of the state (not so in England, where the common law still functions).

Judges absolutely do not have "absolute immunity" to do anything that you listed. They have to follow the law, and they do. Like everyone else, of course, Judges make mistakes, and that is why we have appellate courts.

If you are representing yourself pro se, and your motions aren't being ruled upon, perhaps there is some procedure that you need to follow in your jurisdiction in order to get your motion heard. Judges often have weekly motion calendars in state courts, which is a good way to get your motion heard quickly if it is a relatively straightforward matter.

This is one of many very good reasons to hire a lawyer if you have a legal dispute, as a lawyer will know the procedural requirements in your jurisdiction. We do this stuff every day.
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Thanks for the space.  I'm an experienced commercial lawyer at a small, full-service boutique business firm in Raleigh, North Carolina.  I am licensed in NC, SC and GA, USA. I've taught myself coding and smart contracts because the blockchain is already affecting my practice. I'm grateful Bitcoin gave me the push. I blog about using the tools of law to make a stable cryptolegal jurisdiction, an essential part of the Bitcoin vision.

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Congratulations, a new business niche has been created.
It's called Cryptocurrency Lawyers.


All licensed attorney who specialize in cryptocurrency laws may advertise themselves in this thread below.
You will get a lot of customers. Reply to this thread with your name and contact information.

Lawyers specialize in cryptocurrency laws
PLUS1 nice thread idea.
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Not sure why others post jibberish. This thread is for lawyers who specialize in cryptocurrency law to advertise themselves.

Ignore the trolls.. they're a bunch of 12 years old fools who should be sent to a reform school.

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I like this idea as I'm trying to find a IRS lawyer and a CPA who's familiar with the tax and laws surrounding bitcoins. Maybe you should setup a format that others can copy and reply with all relevant information, including location is it will vary from state to state for US.
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Great post. As Bitcoin grows this will be much needed, hope to see something like LegalZoom add  Bitcoin lawyers.

I love Bitcoin
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Cryptocurrency law is going to be one tough one, considering the fact that buyers and sellers can be totally anonymous and transactions are irreversible...


How do you sue someone you do not know?
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Cryptocurrency law is going to be one tough one, considering the fact that buyers and sellers can be totally anonymous and transactions are irreversible...


How do you sue someone you do not know?

That's a tough question as bitcoin itself doesn't have any law associated with it but if one of the currency involved is fiat, it can still be considered a crime and a person scamming anyone of his coins is still termed as a thief and hence the law can get him arrested. Although need to see atleast one person being successful in this.


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Congratulations, a new business niche has been created.
It's called Cryptocurrency Lawyers.


All licensed attorney who specialize in cryptocurrency laws may advertise themselves in this thread below.
You will get a lot of customers. Reply to this thread with your name and contact information.

Lawyers specialize in cryptocurrency laws

I understand this post is quite old but our law firm has a wealth of information and experience with Cryptocurrency.

Our Law Firm provides ICOs and Blockchain-based technologies legal services. We are a corporate law firm with decades of experience with money transmitters and FinTech companies as clients, and have been specializing in ICOs law since their inception. Some of the seminars we have hosted are on the legality of bitcoin and Bit Coin ATMs. Although we mainly provide services to businesses and corporations, recent court rulings involving government regulatory agencies are setting precedents for consumer ICOs legal issues, such are some states regarding them as commodities and others as properties. We provide a service on law updates for the community here:

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We are not only representing clients in all 50 states with their own jurisdiction, but we also have offices abroad. If you would like individual ICO representation message me directly.
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Hello everyone, if someone has a cryptoproblem that does not hesitate to send an email to blockchainlawyers@yahoo.com.
Claims in front of exchangers.
Claims related to mining software.
Implementation of payment systems
Taxation.

Best Regards.

Hola a todos si alguien tiene algún problema relacionado con las cryptos o si necesita asesoramiento que no dude en enviar un email a blockchcainlawyers@yahoo.com
-Reclamcaciones frente a exchanges.
-Reclamaciones relacionadass con software de minería.
-Implementación de sistemas de pago.
-Fiscalidad y tributación.


Saludos Cordiales.
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November 06, 2017, 05:35:52 PM
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It seems to me that to have the crypto advocates is wrong. I always act ahead of the curve. I do not fall under the scope of law enforcement so I do not need a lawyer. It seems to me that it is cheaper to pay the tax than to use the services of lawyers. But I know how not to pay taxes and not use a lawyer.

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Hello;

I'm a canadian lawyer (Montreal).... see my cryptocurrency websites:

www.btc.legal (escrow services)

www.bitcoin-law.ca (compliance for ICO)

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Cryptocurrency law is going to be one tough one, considering the fact that buyers and sellers can be totally anonymous and transactions are irreversible...


How do you sue someone you do not know?


Well, I guess it's going to be whole new law that will be specifically made for cryptocurrency cases. But I agree that if someone would file a case to a person that is untraceable that is using anonymous coin then it's better to say bye-bye to your money than spending a lot of cash to lawyers that very impossible to retreive.

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A lot of the discussions are about litigations. But lawyers are also needed for structuring crypto related business so that litigation involvement would not become necessary in the first place.
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I think that lawyers too early to advertise themselves in such branches. Users are rarely confronted with the problems of the use of cryptocurrency. Such problems exist only in totalitarian States, but there will not help any lawyer. There is no fair judicial system. It seems to me that lawyers are only needed for those who wants to establish trade with bitcoins.

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Not sure why others post jibberish. This thread is for lawyers who specialize in cryptocurrency law to advertise themselves.

A lot of attorneys on this website won't post their information here. Most jurisdictions (I can only be 100% certain of the situation in the various jurisdictions within the US) regulate how you can advertise and how you can practice. If I were to post my information here and do something for someone I could EASILY lose my law license unless I was certain that I had only done work for people who were located within my jurisdiction.
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