Webinar titled: Digital Cash: What is Bitcoin and is it legal?
FACULTY: Joseph Alotta
AIR DATE: April 11th 2012 3:00pm
Although the term “Bitcoin” is unfamiliar to many attorneys, this digital currency is rapidly becoming a global phenomenon. Originating in January of 2009, the Bitcoin is a new kind of cash that is transferred as payment through a decentralized cash system. But what is the global impact and significance of this digital currency? Specifically, what economic and legal issues arise with the use of this digital currency? Join financial advisor and investment manager Joseph Alotta as he introduces the Bitcoin and explains the history surrounding its inception. Specifically, this CLE course will address the economic impact of the Bitcoin and its main features such as private keys and security. Mr. Alotta will also provide legal considerations in the wake of this new technology and the possible international effects. Mr Alotta will also explain the important numerical concepts in a manner that all individuals, regardless of technical background, will understand. Don't miss this important presentation on what may become the future currency in the global economy.
III. Private Keys & Security
IV. Legal Issues
V. Bad Money History
VI. The Future
Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Time: 3:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. (EST)
Live Webcast Purchase Information:
To watch this live webcast, you must first purchase the course on the right-hand side. Then go to http://www.lawline.com/webcast
at the scheduled date and time to view the program. If you purchase this course, you will also have access to the on-demand version when it becomes available in our catalog.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at 1 877 518-0660.
The cost is $40. Some day bitcoin will be a payment method in more online shopping carts. For now it is Visa/MC/AmEx, etc.