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Virtual Currency Compliance Workshop

Coming to Charlotte in August: a program providing everything you ever wanted to know – and more! – about the critical laws and regulations that apply to digital currency businesses and how to comply with them. A powerful one-day venture into AML and OFAC compliance, money transmitter laws, consumer protection, privacy and cyber security requirements and more, the Virtual Currency Compliance Workshop is sponsored by Comptegrity and the Chamber of Digital Commerce, and will coincide with the Second Annual Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo.

    Friday, August 14th, 9am - 5pm
    With an optional Bitcoin Primer at 8 am
    McGlohon Theatre at Spirit Square
    345 N College Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
    A dynamic and interactive workshop exploring the laws and regulations that apply to digital currency and blockchain technology businesses and how to comply with them. This program is geared toward not only digital and virtual currency companies and their compliance teams but also to bankers, regulators, and lawmakers as well as professional service providers.
    $149 (Includes Conference Access)
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    Led by Carol R. Van Cleef
    - Co-chair of the Global Payments Practice at
    Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

    - Chairman and Founder, Comptegrity
    - Creator, AML Compliance Bootcamp for Digital Currencies
    - Certified Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Specialist, and experienced lawyer and consultant on the USA Patriot Act, the Bank Secrecy Act, and Office of Foreign Assets Control regulations among other requirements

Join us for the August 14th workshop and stay for Cryptolina Conference on the 15th, to be held in Uptown Charlotte’s Historic McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square. The workshop and two-day conference are a sequel to last summer's highly successful inaugural expo held in Raleigh, which attracted over 350 digital currency developers, investors and regulators from across the United States and Europe. Among those who attended were former United States Mint Director Edmund C. Moy and Silicon Valley venture capitalist Adam Draper.

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