Posts By: Digital Currency Council
*+-Interview by David Berger, CEO of the Digital Currency Council, with Stuart Hoegner, an attorney and accountant in Toronto, Canada. He is legal counsel to Tether and General Counsel of the Bitcoin Alliance of Canada. David: Stuart, your practice is cross-border and cross-disciplinary. Whether law or accounting in the US or Canada, you have unique… Read more »
*+-Source: CoinReport.net Following the UK government’s “Call for Information” on digital currencies, the Digital Currency Council (DCC) recently released results of a survey of a nationally representative sample of UK citizens that gauged their opinion about Bitcoin. Called the “Bitcoin Barometer,” the study is the first in a series of independent studies the DCC has… Read more »
*+-Source: BidnessEtc.com Bidness Etc recently had the chance to speak with David Berger, CEO of the Digital Currency Council, about the study his firm conducted on the UK sentiment toward bitcoin. Digital Currency Council is an association that provides training, certification, and ongoing support for professionals in the digital currency economy. Q) From your research,… Read more »
*+-Source: CryptoCoinsNews.com Bitcoin’s reputation, perception, and acceptance levels run the gamut worldwide. Acceptance in the U.S., China, and Australia is relatively strong. Some nations seek to suppress it through legislation and even ban it in places like Russia and Bangladesh. And if you have poor internet connectivity, you are destined to be on the outside… Read more »
*+-Below is an excerpt from a white paper published by LibraTax. The full white paper entitled “Introduction to Digital Currencies for Professionals” can be found on the the firm’s website at www.libratax.com. Jake Benson, the founder and CEO of LibraTax, is a member of the DCC. Tax Treatment of Digital Currency Digital currencies are subject to… Read more »
*+-Adam Atlas has been advising payments businesses for over ten years. His practice covers all manner of payment systems including credit card processing, ACH, ATM, gift cards and payment cards, along with Bitcoin. Atlas is licensed in New York and in Canada where he is based. Atlas told us he is “really delighted to be… Read more »
*+-Source: Bitcoin.kn CEO David Berger of the Digital Currency Council discusses professional associations Click play to start the podcast [21:40] or click here to download.