Remember that website we told you about that essentially allows you to get medical advice from real doctors by paying with Bitcoin? Well the creators have starting a new venture, and it’s called CoinLaw. Shocked?
The website allows users to submit questions, pay in Bitcoin, and then get legal advice. If the question goes unanswered or if the answer just wasn’t quite what one was expecting, then the service will issue a refund.
As was the case with the other start-up, all questions are public and subject to review from peers, so that may alleviate concerns for getting poor advice, or worse, a completely made-up answer.
The cost? According to the site, “the amount you pay for a question is up to you. Just keep in mind that a lawyer is free to ignore your question unless the amount you paid is insufficient. The recommended amount will be entered in the payment form.”
Somehow I get a feeling a whole lot of questions will go ignored. Check out CoinLaw.info if you’re interested in learning more.