Inside Bitcoins Conference Adds Virtual Currency Regulatory Panel

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Inside Bitcoins Conference NYC

Learn about Legal and Regulatory Issues Facing Bitcoin Businesses

Mediabistro announced that James White, Director, Tax Issues at the U.S. Government Accountability Office, has joined the panel Legal and Regulatory Issues Facing Virtual Currency Businesses at its upcoming Inside Bitcoins conference on July 30 in New York City.

Mr. White’s bio from the IRS is below:

Mr. White is a Director at GAO responsible for work on IRS, tax administration and tax policy. He has held this position since July 1998. Previous positions at GAO include Associate Director and Acting Chief Economist. Mr. White joined GAO is 1990 from Hamilton College where he was an Associate Professor in the economics department, teaching public finance. Prior positions include faculty appointments at Williams College and New York University, plus a Senior Fellowship with the Rockefeller Institute of Government. Mr. White has a Ph.D. in economics, with a concentration in public finance, from Columbia University. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Berkeley.

Virtual currencies, like Bitcoin, are driving innovation and new business models. This panel will help technology companies building Bitcoin software learn about the bounds of financial regulation.

Additional panel speakers include Jerry Brito, Senior Research Fellow at Mercatus Center of George Mason University, Jacob S. Farber, Senior Counsel at Perkins Coie LLP, Chris Larsen, CEO and Co-founder of OpenCoin, Greg Schvey, Managing Editor of The Genesis Block, and Ryan Singer, President and COO of Tradehill.

Enter On Bitcoin’s discount code: ONBC to save 15% on your conference pass. For the best rates, register before July 11.




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