San Diego, California (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
TFL Managing Attorney, Nasir Pasha and Paul V. Puey, CEO and Co-founder of Airbitz, Inc. are happy to announce this groundbreaking arrangement. Top Floor Legal will now accept payment for legal services in Bitcoin virtual currency. According to Pasha, “As a way of doing business, accepting Bitcoin payment aligns perfectly with our creative, cutting-edge client base.”
Top Floor Legal Moves into New Territory.
Top Floor Legal, with offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Houston, Dallas and New York City, focuses on the legal needs of start-ups, small and mid-size entrepreneurs. The secret is a flat, monthly fee that gives fledgling businesses access to legal services when they need it most. It also minimizes the risk of a big surprise bill. TFL’s goals are to help get the next, new wave of entrepreneurship off the ground and build lifelong business relationships.
Airbitz, Inc. Makes Bitcoin Safer and Easier to Use.
Paul Puey, in many ways, exemplifies the TFL client. Paul aims to bring Bitcoin into the mainstream with software and products aimed at simplifying it and making it easy to use while maintaining the highest level of privacy. He is an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science graduate of UC Berkeley with a full stack of technical skills from low-level 3D graphics engineering to development of web CMS systems, even before people knew what a CMS was. He held lead engineering positions with Nvidia and Chromatic Research, and has recently owned and operated several non-technical small businesses throughout California. There he learned the importance of the intersection of people, business, and technology.
Bitcoin Goes Mainstream.
By late last year, Bitcoin was making its way into daily commerce, attracting the interest of entertainment, media and communications companies, according to consulting company PriceWaterhouseCoopers. If you can shop at Overstock.com, book a spaceflight on Virgin Galactic or pay your taxes in Bitcoin, why not pay your lawyer the same way?