Hodder Law Offers Legal Services for Bitcoin: Embracing Innovation and Digital Payments

Hodder Law accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment for many years. We’re one of the earliest adopters in the space with a history of servicing the bitcoin industry and working with clients who happily use cryptocurrency as money. At Hodder Law Firm, we recognize the immense potential of Bitcoin as a decentralized, transparent, and…

Warren’s Attack on Bitcoin

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s latest bill, the Digital Asset Anti-Money Laundering Act, is a coordinated attack against self-sovereign bitcoin use. First, it stifles innovation by extending Bank Secrecy Act burdens onto non-custodial software applications like open-source wallet developers, miners, and any individual running a full node, turning developers and validators into unwilling surveillance agents. Second, it threatens personal…

Florida’s New Virtual Currency Kiosk Business Bill

Introduction. In a significant move to regulate virtual currency kiosk businesses, Florida has introduced a new bill during the 2024 Regular Session. Bill S0662 is sponsored by republican representative Colleen Burton. The bill is set to bring substantial changes to the way virtual currency kiosk businesses operate. Overview of Bill S0662. Bill S0662, introduced on…

Inside the $4.3 Billion Binance Fiasco: CZ’s Battle with US Justice & The Future of Crypto

Join us as we unravel the complex narrative of CZ, Binance, and the future of cryptocurrency. In a dramatic turn of events, Changpeng Zhao (CZ), the once-revered founder of Binance, faces unprecedented legal challenges in the US. Originally set to return to the UAE, CZ now finds himself bound to the US, awaiting a critical…

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Binance DOJ Inquiry

Binance is under investigation for possible money laundering and criminal sanctions violations. Apparently the DOJ hasn’t done an indictment yet because it could cause a run on the exchange and hurt customers. Binance’s defense attorneys at U.S. law firm Gibson Dunn have held meetings in recent months with Justice Department officials, and argued that a…