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Membership Meeting: “Joining the Blockchain: How to Think About Potential Gifts of Cryptocurrency and NTFs” with Karl Mill

November 29 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Cryptocurrency and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are new and significant asset classes that have emerged over the past several years. Regardless of whether you view them as a fad or a permanent part of our economy, donating these assets can carry significant tax benefits, which means that organizations need to understand them and whether and how they should accept them.

This presentation will cover the basics of what they are and how the key concepts of gift planning apply to them (e.g., deductions, appraisals, timing, agreements, managing risk) so that your organization can benefit from the public fascination with cryptocurrency and NFTs.

Karl graduated from Columbia Law School in 2013, and practiced trust, estate, and tax law for several years at DLA Piper.

Prior to founding Mill Law Center, Karl Mill was a partner at Adler & Colvin, a boutique law firm serving non-profits and their donors. Karl continues to advise a broad range of non-profit organizations, including everything from the most innovative start-ups to some of the largest, most established foundations and charities around the country.

Karl’s philosophy is to apply his years as a lawyer and educator to provide clear, actionable legal advice and support to non-profits. Karl’s areas of expertise include private foundations, public charities, impact investment, social enterprise, and charitable gift planning.


November 29
9:00 am - 10:30 am




Melanie Lewis