57. Ande Burchfield – Burchfield Law – A Primer on Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology

53 minutes

Ande Burchfield is an attorney with a focus on Decentralized Finance (DeFi) and blockchain technology. She has a particular interest in the tokenization of real estate securities and the development of infrastructure businesses supporting the efficacy and adoptability of the technology.

Ande represents privately-owned businesses, real estate investors, registered transfer agents, and those involved in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space.

She began her legal career working as FINRA and SEC counsel to public and private companies, including real estate investment trusts (REITs) and oil and gas exploration and production companies. In 2015, she founded Burchfield Law, PLLC.

Ande maintains her law practice while managing and growing her real estate portfolio which consists of assets in Oklahoma City, Edmond, and Fairview, Oklahoma. She serves on the Board of Trustees for a local 501(c)3 public charity called Prairie Dance Theater that teaches free dance lessons to children in public schools of Oklahoma City.

In this episode, Ande explains the ins-and-outs of cryptocurrency and the potential uses for blockchain technology in different industries, particularly the security token market.

She touches on the various considerations that small business owners need to keep in mind should they decide to accept cryptocurrency as payment.

Finally, Ande gives her thoughts on how securitization can benefit from blockchain technology and potential regulations to expect in the crypto world in the near future.

Resources Mentioned:

The Security Token Show

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