Cryptocurrency companies that do not want to convert their shares to fiat can now pay for legal services with Bitcoin Cash or Bitcoin Core with Atrium. The corporate law firm, which has helped more than 300 startups to raise more than $ 500 million in venture capital, now accepts direct cryptocurrency payments through Bitpay.
Atrium’s acceptance of BCH and BTC payments for its Fintech and Blockchain
Atrium, a legal services provider focused on high-growth startups, recently announced the acceptance of BCH and BTC payments for its Fintech and Blockchain practice through the popular Bitpay cryptocurrency payment processor. Accepting payments in cryptography will facilitate the participation of its clients that have their headquarters outside the US. UU Or with a significant amount of cryptocurrencies.
“The practice of the Atrium blockchain is growing rapidly, so it makes sense that it allows its customers to pay in bitcoin. This is another great example of global cryptographic clients requesting to pay their bills in bitcoin that drives the growth of the B2B BitPay business, “said Sonny Singh, Commercial Director of Bitpay.
The expansion of AFB by hiring three new legal experts
The law firm also announced the expansion of AFB by hiring three new legal experts to meet the growing demand from customers in the field, despite the continued winter crypto. He has represented fintech and blockchain ventures since the summer of 2017 and helps clients with the design of platforms. Offers of digital assets and securities, regulatory analysis, money transmitter licenses, broker records and general corporate and related matters with IP.
“While the bitcoin portfolios of our team have been badly affected by the crypto winter, the slowdown has accelerated the maturation of the industry, In contrast to the coldness of 12 months ago, the investment now flows more consistently towards talented teams working on significant projects. With the change from HODL to BUIDL, we find it easier to identify and collaborate with the teams that have the necessary components and are committed to compliance. We are extremely fortunate to have a team with diverse legal skills and a deep knowledge of the ecosystem that allows us to provide informed and multidisciplinary advice for our clients. We speak the language of our clients and now we accept payment in their preferred currency,” said corporate lawyer Ross Barbash, head of Atrium Fintech and Blockchain.
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