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What you should know about identity theft

Recently, we have reported on a few identity theft based stories after the massive Equifax Data Breach. When Equifax reported this massive data breach, you may have been concerned that you could become a victim of identity theft. On the other hand, you might be only vaguely aware of the threat and not sure what identity…

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Thanks to all those who kept us in their prayers during Hurricane Irma.  We survived with power on all the time and no damage to the house!  The prayers worked!  We are continuing our preparations for the Foreclosure Defense Workshop in Orlando, Florida at the end of the month!

Those of you wishing to book a sleeping room at the La Quinta Inn & Suites – Airport North @ 407) 240-5000, #5 (tell them you’re with the DK Consultants LLC group block) … you have until the 15th to make your reservations. After that, normal rates will apply and room space cannot be guaranteed.

We have folks coming in from all over the U.S. to attend this event, the only one of its kind in 2017!

UPDATE:  I have added an extra bonus to this event … I will accept the “couples” rate for investors who co-own…

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What Attorneys Should Know About Bitcoin and More Importantly, Blockchain


Attorneys should increase their familiarity with Bitcoin and blockchain technology.

Assisting in securely transferring assets constitutes a substantial percentage of the work performed by many attorneys.  This form of asset management includes mortgage closings, sales of businesses, divorce cases and securities transactions.  Attorneys have a professional and ethical duty to oversee that such transactions occur successfully.  Because blockchain promises to provide such facility at volume, attorneys should become more knowledgeable about Bitcoin and the blockchain technology that makes it possible.

Some may argue that the odds are against Bitcoin gaining universal acceptance as an alternative currency.  Bitcoin was embroiled in controversy in its early years with the Silk Road, and more recently, Alphabay, both dark markets that ended up being disbanded.  However, it has become clearer over time that the technology is not to blame.  Criminals tend to be among the first adopters of any successful technology.  The internet is…

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The Regulation of Bitcoin and Other Digital Currencies


Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are based on blockchain technology.  These are revolutionary technologies that that can be utilized in many diverse fields such as finance and healthcare.

The use of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is still in its early stages and is at present, like email in the 1990’s, or for those more technically astute, like modems when the technology transitioned from 28.8 kbps to 56.6 kbps right before the advent of  high speed cable and DSL.

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are also known as digital currencies.

Now, there at least 1,000 digital currencies, with a total market cap of approximately $150 billion.

Bitcoin was the first and is the most well known digital currency and has the largest market capitalization which is currently $70 billion.  Numerous other digital currencies have arisen that have other functions.  Ethereum is a digital currency that can be used with smart contracts that can…

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