The implications of bitcoin on small businesses

*+-Source: VirtualCurrencyToday.com Welcome to the first installment of The Digital Currency Council’s Thought Leader Series, presented here at Virtual Currency Today. The Manhattan-based association of lawyers, accountants and financial professionals in the virtual-currency economy, the Digital Currency Council provides training, certification and a client-referral platform to its membership, and helps those members get connected to… Read more »

An Interview of Andrew Henson of BitcoinAdvisor.co.uk on the BlockChain, Tax Treatment, and Strategies for Investment

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*+-Interview by David Berger, CEO of the Digital Currency Council, with Andrew Henson – Founder of BitcoinAdvisor.co.uk.  Andrew has deep experience in digital currencies and is particularly enthusiastic about helping individuals and businesses who are new to the Bitcoin economy. David:  Andrew, Thank you for your time today. Could you share with us your background… Read more »

Bitcoin: 4 Factors Holding the Banks at Bay

*+-Source: WallStreetandTech.com For a number of reasons, major banks haven’t seized the opportunity to get involved with bitcoin. Banks like to participate in size, compliance has restrictions, and bosses don’t understand it. But these hurdles will be overcome in 2015. While the world took notice of Bitcoin in 2014, the banks — normally jumping out… Read more »

An Interview with Alan Williams of BitcoinAdvice.net on the primary issue keeping Bitcoin executives up at night

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*+-Interview by David Berger, CEO of the Digital Currency Council, with Alan Williams – CEO of BitcoinAdvice.net. Alan’s team at BitcoinAdvice.net includes management consultants with experience in digital currencies, regulation, compliance and technology. David: Alan, Thank you for your time today. BSA/AML compliance is certainly on a lot of Bitcoin executives’ minds these days. How… Read more »

Why There’s Confusion Over Valuing Bitcoin

*+-Source: WallStreetandTech.com Bitcoin presents a new type of nontraditional, highly technical, experimental, and global digital instrument to our already complex world. That fact should not conjure fear. It should engender excitement. When I caught wind of Bitcoin as a newly minted MBA in the summer of 2012, I immediately scoffed. At the time, one bitcoin… Read more »