If you own #cryptocurrencies like #bitcoin, #ethererum (ether), and haven’t started inheritance planning for them, then this workshop is for you. In the workshop I walk you through how to begin building your own customized plan. Its got short focused exercises that allow you to clarify your goals and by the end of the workshop,
On Saturday, February 16th I’ll be speaking at ETH Denver, teaching people how to build an inheritance plan for their cryptoassets. The event is free but you have to apply for tickets.
Most people have never thought about what will happen to their bitcoin, ether, and other crypto-assets if something bad happens to them. Even if you do understand the concept of passing your crypto-assets to your loved ones, actually doing the work to make it happen is often a daunting prospect. It’s one of those tasks,
This article was originally posted March 8th, 2015. Written by Pamela Morgan, published through the Digital Currency Counsel website. Several studies show that cooperative organizations empowerwomen in the developing world, especially in farming, textiles and crafts. While the structure of a co-op can bring women together, they often face significant legal and cultural barriers preventing them from exercising independent control of the co-op’s
On October 21, I’ll be visiting Philly and talking about how to build a Cryptoasset Inheritance Plan so that your loved ones can inherit these assets when the time is right, but not before. The talk is open to everyone, not just lawyers or law curious. Hope to see you there!
Please join the University of Dayton School of Law on June 8, 2018, for the 28th annual Program in Law and Technology (PILT) Seminar: Exploring the Future of Cyber Technology and Intellectual Property Innovation. This year’s seminar features keynote speaker Pamela D. Morgan, Esq. discussing the topic, “Bitcoin, Blockchain and Smart Contract Essentials.” CLE credit
I’ll be expanding these ideas in a forthcoming article and book but with prices skyrocketing, and so many new people owning tokens for the first time, I want to provide a quick reference guide that you can complete in less than 10 minutes to help protect your new assets. Edit: Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning: a simple guide for
Bitcoin Security Made Easy: Using Password Managers I have a confession. While today I work to help people and organizations secure their bitcoin, in 2013 my security practices were abysmal. My passwords were terrible. Really awful, like 12345 and Abc123. Oh, and I reused the same passwords everywhere, except for online banking where I cleverly
Locked Out: Estate Planning for Bitcoin, AltCoins, & Asset-Tokens by Pamela Morgan of Empowered Law PLLC; Download a PDF of this article. Do you know if your clients own bitcoin? Or other cryptocurrencies, like ethereum? Or asset-tokens, like Tatiana Coin? If you’re like most lawyers, you have no idea if your clients own these assets.
This article is about using technology to modernize the way attorneys hold client funds.