A new technology -- blockchain technology -- needs someone who understands it.
And Eric Dixon is a co-inventor of several patents pending which relate to, use or improve blockchain technology, the protocol which underlies the digital currency Bitcoin.
Don't spend money on overpriced lawyers, representing your competitors (the big banks), so they can learn your technology and undermine you. Unacceptable.
Eric Dixon is the only blockchain technology lawyer in America:
- Who was invited to discuss the blockchain with the Office of the New York Attorney General in the wake of New York's Bitlicense;
- Who has actually drafted a congressional bill on the blockchain protocol (The first Bitcoin / blockchain legislative bill, H.R. 5777, sponsored by Rep. Steve Stockman in December 2014, was entirely Eric Dixon's work).
- Who is relied upon by the preeminent Bitcoin / blockchain company incubator in New York, Blockchain Technologies Corporation, for legal and strategic advice;
- Who has written about bitcoin technology for independent economic think tanks; and
- Who runs his own shop, so you deal with Eric Dixon and there's no need to wait for a big firm committee, or the real bosses of someone pretending to be an authority on the topic, to decide whether to take you as a client.
- And when you hire big firm lawyers, you have to trust they have no conflicts or won't reveal your trade secrets. The essence of the blockchain is solving the trust problem. So why embrace the trust problems of big firms?
Beware of the phonies who aren't even partners, let alone decisionmakers, at some "name" law firms. You will pay triple, for a fraction of the service and all of the risk that your ideas will be stolen. Don't deal with the junior flunkies.
BITLICENSE. The New York "Bitlicense" regulation was recently revised ahead of its predicted final adoption later in 2015. Eric Dixon is a regulatory compliance expert and believes companies committed to pursuing the lucrative New York market can and should apply for the license, and is ready to work with serious companies on cost-effective, efficient and manageable compliance plans and applications for the Bitlicense. He recently spoke at the Bitcoin Center of New York City about the draft regulation's requirements for applying for a New York license and future compliance for licensed companies.
See Eric Dixon's latest regulatory analysis on the new Bitlicense regulation.
Eric Dixon represents several Bitcoin industry companies including established as well as startup phase companies. He understands both the technology and the legal concerns, including financings, private placements and public company (IPO or "going public") process plus the securities disclosure concerns involved. Eric Dixon is heavily active in counseling Bitcoin and cryptographic-proof-based enterprises.
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