The DCC offers three distinct Explorer Curricula, each designed to introduce the student to the specific issues impacting their profession.  These popular programs have been undertaken by over 2000 professionals at leading organizations including:

Digital Currency for Legal Professionals

 

 

This one hour online program covers the top ten things every lawyer should know about digital currencies, including (1) the basics of Bitcoin, (2) Bitcoin regulation, (3) BSA, MSB’s and Money Transmission, (4) State by State regulation issues, (5) Bitcoin and Banking, (6) NY State’s Bitlicense, (7) Control, Ownership and Custody, (8) Questions Raised by Bitcoin’s Unique Properties, (9) Enforcement Actions and Court Cases, and (10) Bitcoin 2.0 and the SEC.  It concludes with an outline of the key impact of digital currencies for legal professionals.

 

Digital Currency for Accounting Professionals

 

 

This one hour online program covers the top ten things every accountant should know about digital currencies, including (1) the basics of Bitcoin, (2) Bitcoin regulation, (3) IRS Classification of Bitcoin, (4) Determining Tax Basis and Fair Market Value , (5) Tax Consequences for Ordinary Users, (6) Tax Consequences for Businesses and Wage Earners, (7) FBAR and FATCA Compliance, (8) New Issues Raised by Digital Currency Technology, (9) Auditing Digital Currency Businesses, and (10) Software and Tools for Bitcoin Specific Accounting.  It concludes with an outline of the key impact of digital currencies for accounting professionals.

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Digital Currency for Financial Professionals

 

 

This one hour online program covers the top ten things every financial professional should know about digital currencies, including (1) the basics of Bitcoin, (2) Bitcoin regulation, (3) Bitcoin as an Asset Class, (4) Tools to Analyze the Health of the Bitcoin Ecosystem , (5) Alternative Digital Currencies, (6) Exchanges and Trading, (7) Bitcoin Mining, (8) Holding Bitcoin Directly, (9) Third Party Storage Services, and (10) Investing through a Company or Fund.  It concludes with an outline of the key impact of digital currencies for financial professionals.