Self-Study Course Details
In spite of very tough financial valuations, regulatory infraction, and scandal at the top of several major cryptocurrency exchanges and money handlers, cryptocurrency is here to stay and will play an increasing role in US and foreign commerce in the future. The accounting profession, including auditors, must play a key role in holding cryptocurrency financial institutions to the highest standards. The business opportunities are enormous for accountants and accounting firms in the crypto space. This course will explain cryptocurrency basics, new developments and discuss how to increase your business as an accountant or accounting firm in the crypto world while mitigating risks.
- Identify cryptocurrency technology from a technical and business perspective
- Discover how cryptocurrency component parts and ecosystem create value in the marketplace
- Identify key Cryptocurrency opportunities for you and your future in the accounting profession
Herb Rubenstein is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Washington and Lee. He was a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar to the University of Bristol where he received a diploma in the social sciences. He received his Master of Public Affairs from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas at Austin. He has his law degree from Georgetown University. His books in Entrepreneurism and Leadership have been published by major publishers and he has over 100 articles on Ethics, Leadership, Boards of Directors, Change Management, Scenario Planning, and related management disciplines. He teaches the Strategic Management capstone course for the Master of Science in Energy Management for the Graduate School of the University of Colorado Denver's Global Energy Management Program.
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