Kennyhertz Perry

Website:

https://kennyhertzperry.com/looking-back-bitcoin-2013/

Email:

info@kennyhertzperry.com

Telephone:

(816) 527-9447

Address:

420 Nichols Road, Suite 207

Kansas City, Missouri, 64112

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LOOKING BACK: BITCOIN IN 2013

Back when Bitcoin was generally unknown and trading for less than $1,000, Kennyhertz Perry, LLC was featured in the Kansas City Business Journal as embracing the technology and accepting cryptocurrency as payment for legal services.  We were early adopters of the technology, and our clients saw the benefit.  We continue to represent clients in setting up exchanges, registration as Money Service Businesses, the establishment of automated teller machines, by drafting disclosures, contracts and best practices for all types of cryptocurrency based businesses.  We are now working on an Initial Coin Offering (an “ICO”) and navigating the complex and often archaic and outdated legal framework that continues to be applied by governments all over the world.  To say this area of law is “fast-paced” would be an understatement.

We continue to support the cryptocurrency markets and our clients that are involved in them.

To view the original December 2013 Kansas City Business Journal article, please click here.

LOOKING BACK: BITCOIN IN 2013

Back when Bitcoin was generally unknown and trading for less than $1,000, Kennyhertz Perry, LLC was featured in the Kansas City Business Journal as embracing the technology and accepting cryptocurrency as payment for legal services.  We were early adopters of the technology, and our clients saw the benefit.  We continue to represent clients in setting up exchanges, registration as Money Service Businesses, the establishment of automated teller machines, by drafting disclosures, contracts and best practices for all types of cryptocurrency based businesses.  We are now working on an Initial Coin Offering (an “ICO”) and navigating the complex and often archaic and outdated legal framework that continues to be applied by governments all over the world.  To say this area of law is “fast-paced” would be an understatement.

We continue to support the cryptocurrency markets and our clients that are involved in them.

To view the original December 2013 Kansas City Business Journal article, please click here.