Certified Public Accountants
Blockchain and Digital Assets: The New Infrastructure of Distributed Trust
Afternoon Course
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Online Registration Form
Date: October 28, 2020
Location: Live Webcast
Course Time: 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM Central Time
Registration Begins: 12:30 PM
Blockchain technology and digital assets have begun to gain significant enterprise traction in various industries, ranging from financial services to consumer/industrial products to healthcare. Although the technology has not moved into the mainstream, it has moved beyond the experimentation phase in most industries. Clarity around legal, regulatory, operational and technical frameworks are particularly important components to monitor that will either drive or decelerate further growth of this technology. While this technology presents a significant opportunity to drive new revenue streams, efficiency, and reduce costs for enterprises and new possibilities for consumers to control their data, value, and identity, there are many new risks associated with the use of the technology that entities and individuals need to be aware of. This course will provide participants with an in-depth overview of blockchain technology and digital assets, including topics covering operational risks and security, accounting, tax, audit, U.S regulations and legislature, AML/KYC, industry use cases, and more.
Who Should Attend:Anyone interested in understanding more about blockchain and digital assets

Course Level: Beginner to Moderate
Prerequisites: Suggested documents of pre-reading
Course ID: BADA4
Discussion Leader:RSM US LLP - Bennett Moore
CPE Credit: 4
Additional Information: Instructions for the webcast will come a few days before the course date along with the electronic materials.
Early Bird Registration:
$180 - Society Member
$230 - Nonmember
Within 30 Days of Course Date:
$215 - Society Member
$265 - Nonmember
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