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Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency & Criminal Investigations: What the Black Box Does

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Date Published

April 14, 2021


Mecklenburg County Bar


Bankruptcy, Criminal Justice, Estate Planning & Probate, Family Law, Tax Law, Technology


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What is Bitcoin and cryptocurrency and how does it work? And could cryptocurrency affect my law practice? If you are asking these questions, this presentation is for you!
At the end of the presentation, you will know;
• The characteristics of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies
• How cryptocurrency is used for legal and illegal purposes
• How cryptocurrency is traced through the blockchain
• The methods used to store cryptocurrency
• Examples of criminal investigations involving cryptocurrency
• The effect of cryptocurrency in legal matters: tax, divorce, criminal, bankruptcy, and estate planning

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Robert Nordlander, CPA
CPA/Principal Member - Nordlander CPA, PLLC

Robert Nordlander, CPA is the principal member of Nordlander CPA, PLLC, a boutique forensic accounting and tax resolution... Read More

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