Cryptocurrency 101 with Matthew May, COO of Acuity

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[1.0 CPE Credit]

About this webinar

For the first time in his 20 plus year accounting career people want to talk to Matthew at parties about his job. Cryptocurrency is a new frontier and our good clients are searching for advisors to help them do the right thing. Join Matthew for a webinar to demystify cryptocurrency.


Course Objectives:

-Have an answer when clients ask about cryptocurrency

-Understand the characteristics of different types of cryptocurrency

-Understand the old tax rules (and now new tax rules) on business that accept cryptocurrency

-Understand where some of the technology players are in helping with accounting and the four tools leading the pack

-Be able to advise on game changers and what to watch for that may move cryptocurrencies more mainstream


About your instructor

Matthew May is the COO and Founder of Acuity, a virtual outsourced cloud accounting department. Acuity assists miners, hedge funds, and utility token issuers in developing their cryptocurrency accounting infrastructure. Matthew led the development of the cryptocurrency practice at Acuity to helps retrofit cryptocurrency issues into the rules and systems of the fiat world. Most notably Matthew is the acting CFO for Storj Labs, Inc, who completed utility token sales in August 2014 and May 2017.



Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit.

Field of Study: Accounting-Technical

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Beginner

Delivery Method: Group Live Webinar

Refunds and Cancellations: Requests for refunds must be received five days prior to the webinar and are subject to a $25 cancellation fee. No refunds will be granted less than five days prior to the webinar. For more information regarding refund, complaint and/or program cancellation policies, please email

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