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blockchain-g2434d9a97_1920Cryptocurrency has been around for more than a decade, and it only continues to evolve and grow in popularity. Bitcoin may have ruled the scene in the early days, but today there are over 18,000 cryptocurrencies on the market.
While crypto may once have been dismissed as frivolous or something that would never expand beyond the realm of the most internet-savvy, today it plays a legitimate role in business. Many companies now accept payment in cryptocurrency. Furthermore, an increasing number of municipalities around the world are recognizing cryptocurrency as legal tender and have even dabbled in launching their own cryptocurrencies.
It was just a matter of time, then, until employees started discussing the idea of integrating crypto into their compensation and 401(k) retirement plans. As with all benefits and compensation issues, this raises a number of ethical and legal considerations.
PLI has put together a program to address those issues. In a one-hour program entitled Employee Compensation and Benefits Involving Cryptocurrency: Trends and Legal Issues, Shawn Butte, in-house employment counsel at Wish, will provide an overview of the legal issues governing the payment of wages or bonuses to employees in cryptocurrency and the addition of cryptocurrency as an election option in a 401(k) plan.
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The potential of offering employees the option to receive wages or invest in cryptocurrency through their 401(k) is an exciting development in the benefits space, but it’s important to understand the related legal and ethical issues. Register today to learn more about this cutting-edge area of the law.

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