Dominica News: Dominican gets top job in Bitcoin industry
Dominican, Adella Toulon-Foerster, has been named Vice President of Special Project at CoinOutlet INC, a major US-based company in the emerging Bitcoin industry.
She attended the Convent High School, Dominica State College, and then went on to earn an LLB with honours from Nottingham Law School.
During her fourth year there, Toulon-Foerster wrote a dissertation entitled: “Crossing The Line: Tax Havens and Offshore Financial Centres”.
Toulon-Foerster then attended the George Washington University School of Law in Washington, D.C., completing her Master of Laws in Business and Finance Law with her paper: “Bitcoin: Strength in Numbers”.
Toulon-Foerster has been interviewed and written extensively on Bitcoin and how it could potentially impact the lives of the billions of unbanked people in developing and emerging markets.
In her new job she will work directly with the CEO of CoinOulet INC and the Legal Department.
Below is an interview with DNO […] read full interview at http://dominicanewsonline.com/news/homepage/news/business/dominican-gets-top-job-bitcoin-industry/