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Blockchain and Bitcoin: Insurance Implications – Webinar

March 5, 2019

The first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, was launched in 2009. Just ten years later more than 1600 cryptocurrencies exist. As cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are increasingly utilized by businesses and individuals, insurance companies are beginning to offer cryptocurrency insurance. It is crucial that adjusters and insurance professionals have a basic understanding of the emerging blockchain technology, the available cryptocurrency coverages, and the unique challenges blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies present to insurers. 

Please join us on March 5, 2019 for "Blockchain and Bitcoin: Insurance Implications – Webinar." This webinar is intended to give adjusters and insurance professionals a broad introduction to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and the novel challenges and opportunities they present for insurers.  

Though there is no charge to attend, registration via the webinar website is required. Your registration will be reviewed by the webinar host and you will receive confirmation after your registration has been approved.

Details:

Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11 a.m. Central

Presenters: Lindsey Davis and Elizabeth Kniffen, who are partners in the Minneapolis office of Zelle LLP

Cost:  There is no cost to attend.

Registration Deadline: Monday, March 4, 2019

Continuing Education Credit: This webinar has been approved for one hour of continuing education credit for insurance professionals licensed in Florida, Texas, Colorado, Minnesota and Wyoming.

Questions: Please contact Dan Gruber at dgruber@zelle.com

Registration is now closed.

Disclaimer: Please note that an exam is not required in order to receive CE credit and attendees must be logged in when the webinar begins in order to receive CE credit. This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. Zelle LLP offers continuing education courses in the following states under the following provider numbers: Arizona (10018624), Colorado (210018), Florida (369208), Georgia (200040), Illinois (105374), Indiana (120953), Massachusetts (S17069), Minnesota (20108827), New Jersey (47636), North Carolina (10018631), Oklahoma (10015215), Pennsylvania (117160), Texas (32881), Utah (188660), Wisconsin (104466) and Wyoming (15021751). 

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