Boxerman Presents on Cryptocurrency at Jewish Federation of St. Louis Event

On May 3rd Sandy Boxerman spoke at a program entitled “The Whats and Whys of Cryptocurrency Unfurled”.  The program was sponsored by the Financial Services Division of the Professional Society of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.  The session provided attendees with an introduction into cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.


Program Description: The Whats and Whys of Cryptocurrency Unfurled

What is cryptocurrency? What is Blockchain? How do they work? What are exchanges? And what are the legitimate uses of cryptocurrency?

  • To many people, the term “cryptocurrency” remains shrouded in mystery.  Even with the increased attention given to Bitcoin, the most well-known and widely-used cryptocurrency, many people have little to no understanding of the topic.  Moreover, “blockchain technology,” which is the technological innovation that allows the Bitcoin system to operate, has actual and potential uses that go far beyond Bitcoin itself.  And both cryptocurrency and blockchain technology are posing legal and regulatory challenges, as governments, lawyers, entrepreneurs and others struggle to apply established legal rules to these new technologies.

For additional information, please visit the event page.

About Sandy Boxerman:

Sandy Boxerman is one of the founding shareholders of Capes Sokol. Sandy represents individuals and entities in white collar criminal prosecutions, internal investigations and criminal and civil tax matters. Sandy also counsels clients in the digital currency and Blockchain space, particularly with respect to regulatory and tax matters.  In addition to chairing Capes Sokol’s White Collar Criminal Defense and Internal Investigations practice group, Sandy is the chair of Capes Sokol’s Digital Currency and Blockchain Technology practice group.

For additional information about Sandy, please visit his profile.

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