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NS Wasserstein & Associates, PLLC, a law firm focused on aiding entrepreneurs build successful companies, has today announced it will begin accepting Bitcoins as payment for services rendered

UPPER NYACK, N.Y., June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bitcoins are everywhere these days, and the forward-thinking firm NS Wasserstein & Associates, PLLC, in New York is getting onboard ahead of the curve. The law firm has today announced it will accept Bitcoins as payment for services rendered, a move few others in the legal sector have made.

"Digital currencies are here to stay," stated Nat Wasserstein of the law firm. "Not only that, but they're set to play a big part of commerce going forward not only in the online world, but in the real world as well."

Bitcoins are digital currency, untouchable in physical form, but that has not prevented them from being adopted by businesses and Internet-savvy individuals around the world. To date, a host of companies now authorize the use of Bitcoins as a viable payment method, including Virgin Galactic, Overstock.com, eBay, Tesla (the automaker), PayPal and numerous others, according to NASDAQ.com.

Thus far, the legal sector is not well represented in the list of those accepting Bitcoin; a fact that will leave many law firms out in the cold in the not-so-distant future says Nat Wasserstein.

"Legislators and lawyers tend to be late-stage adopters to innovation. Bitcoins are real currency, and are already playing an important role in business and the economy. Our clients are driven, Internet and technology savvy, and they're increasingly expecting us to innovate and move forward with or even ahead of the curve. Accepting Bitcoins just makes good sense," he went on to say.

Like it or not, Bitcoins are here to stay. NS Wasserstein & Associates recognizes and embraces this new paradigm shift.

To learn more about the services offered by the law firm, visit http://www.NSWasserstein.com.  

About NS Wasserstein & Associates, PLLC: NS Wasserstein & Associates, PLLC, is a general practice law firm known for working with entrepreneurs, small privately owned corporations, LLCs and sole proprietorships. The firm advises and advocates for clients in business formation, small business consulting, business sales, acquisitions, transactional business, Internet business and numerous other practice areas.

Contact: Nat Wasserstein

Name: NS Wasserstein & Associates, PLLC

Phone: (845) 398-9825

Web Address: http://www.NSWasserstein.com
Email: Attorneys@NSWasserstein.com

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