Quinn Legal to become first Isle of Man law firm to accept bitcoin

Quinn Legal partners with CoinCorner to become first Isle of Man law firm to accept Bitcoin payments. Quinn Legal’s clients will be able to make Bitcoin payments directly via the legal firm’s website.

The news was announced on the law firm’s website.

This move came in response to client feedback, showed the firm’s recognition for Bitcoin as an alternative way of paying for traditional services, and further positioned Quinn Legal as a leader in the country’s legal sector.

“With Bitcoin payments, we can support many of our clients in the financial technology and business sectors, as well as those who are invested in less traditional currency,” James Quinn, founder and CEO of Quinn Legal commented on the move.

CoinCorner is a UK-based platform for easy buying and selling cryptocurrencies, and managing cryptocurrency portfolios. Founded in 2014, it has become one of the UK’s leading Bitcoin exchanges with a team of 15 people and supporting almost 200,000 customers in over 45 countries.

Explaining their decision to team up with CoinCorner, Mr. Quinn said they felt confident partnering with the platform, as they are one of the first bitcoin businesses in the world to fall under any form of legislation as a “designated business.” This means that they are overseen by the Isle of Man Financial Service Authority. This gives Quinn Legal’s clients assurance that their payments will be safe, secure, and immune from Bitcoin price volatility.

CoinCorner provided the integration for Quinn Legal’s website via their CoinCorner Checkout service that is available to businesses in the Isle of Man, UK and most of Europe.

Sam Tipper, Business Development Lead at CoinCorner, commented in his turn: “It’s been fantastic to work with and support Quinn Legal in accepting Bitcoin invoice payments from their clients via CoinCorner Checkout. The news marks significant progress for both CoinCorner and Quinn Legal.”

 

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