U.S. Health Care Companies & Blockchain Technology

Fact: The U.S. health care industry has an abundance of confidential patient information. Boston's medical offices alone use nearly two dozen different systems for filing and storing electronic health records. Yet, could we see a shift in the management and handling of health care data? Today’s Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Daily Clips highlight: "In addition to the major pharmaceutical … Continue reading U.S. Health Care Companies & Blockchain Technology

Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement: The J5

The Internal Revenue Services (IRS) launched an international coalition to investigate transnational cryptocurrency tax crime and money laundering. The J5 is comprised of the government agencies from Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, as well as the IRS. The J5 states: "We are convinced that offshore structures and financial instruments, where used to commit tax … Continue reading Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement: The J5

Facebook Reverses Ban on Cryptocurrency Advertisements

As of yesterday, June 27, Facebook will allow some ads that promote cryptocurrencies and related content. In light of Facebook's recent decision, could we see snowball policy discussions and decisions from Google, Twitter, and other social networks allowing cryptocurrency advertisements and backing?  What are the limitations to these promotions? Facebook Cryptocurrency Ads Addendum (June 27, 2018) … Continue reading Facebook Reverses Ban on Cryptocurrency Advertisements

Blockchain Could Revolutionize Academic Publishing

Could blockchain technology offer an opportunity to address key issues in the academic publishing system? Today's Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Daily Clips highlight: Orvium Co-founder and Application and Cloud Technology Expert Roberto Rabasco writes for The Hill: "The modern world has a rich and varied tradition of scientists contributing to research and learning free from restriction. Yet … Continue reading Blockchain Could Revolutionize Academic Publishing

Missed Our Webinar?

Last week, Michael Best Blockchain and Litigation Attorneys Evan Strassberg and Steven Joffee hosted a complementary webinar and discussed the actions regulatory bodies are taking and could be taking against cryptocurrency issuers and traders. They also provided an overview of private litigation, particularly putative class actions against companies that have conducted ICOs. Access Michael Best's … Continue reading Missed Our Webinar?

Can the Blockchain Save Democracy?

Voting on the blockchain could end worries about voter fraud and election hacking. A Boston-based startup claims that it can use blockchain technology to bring greater security and privacy to the electoral process. To read the full article, click here. Key note: President of Medici Ventures Jonathan Johnson discusses how blockchain technology could reshape the … Continue reading Can the Blockchain Save Democracy?

Join Our Webinar!

Cryptocurrency Issuers & Traders Beware: Enforcement Actions and Private Litigation Emerging Thursday, June 14, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CST. Michael Best Attorneys Evan Strassberg and Steven Joffee are hosting a complimentary live webinar discussing actions regulatory bodies are currently taking, and could be taking in the future, against cryptocurrency issuers and traders.  Additionally, they … Continue reading Join Our Webinar!

Missed Our Webinar?

Yesterday, April 10, Michael Best's blockchain, tax, and securities & capital markets professionals Brad Jacobsen, Jim Kruse, Lyndon Ricks, Tim Schally, Evan Strassberg, and Betsy Voter hosted a complimentary webinar which discussed the securities laws applicable to initial coin ICOs, and covered everything from exempt private offerings to registered public offerings. Additionally, the panel reviewed actions … Continue reading Missed Our Webinar?

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Initial Coin Offerings – Complying with U.S. Securities Laws & Tax Issues Wednesday, April 10 at 12:00 CST. Michael Best's Blockchain, Digital Currencies & Smart Contracts attorneys will be hosting a complimentary live webinar reviewing the securities laws applicable to Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), covering everything from exempt private offerings to registered public offerings, and … Continue reading Join Our Webinar!

Missed Our Webinar?

Yesterday, February 28, Michael Best attorneys and blockchain experts Cheryl Aaron, Brad Jacobsen, and Brian Mangum hosted a complimentary, hour-long webinar discussing the basics of cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, and smart contracts - what they are and which laws and regulations apply. Visit our website's event page to view the recording and access the presentation slides. Watch Michael … Continue reading Missed Our Webinar?

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