This presentation will involve an informative conversation surrounding virtual currency transactions in the material world. The panelists will review real property transactions conducted using virtual currency and the corresponding issues. Discussion will also include potential impacts on title of the blockchain.
About the Real Estate Law Section
The Real Estate Section covers all areas of interest to real estate practitioners including acquisition; finance; leasing; eminent domain; and land use (including zoning, Coastal Commission, and CEQA compliance). The Section is chaired by Howard N. Gould and Elizabeth Dryden. Find out more about the Section at bhba.org/sections-committees/real-estate-law/.
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