Stay up to speed on the exciting opportunities in this innovative, emergent space.
The crypto and digital asset landscape transforms quickly. Keeping up with consumer demands, ever-evolving technologies, and a rapidly changing regulatory environment can feel overwhelming. How can you make sense of it all?
Our specialists monitor crypto and digital assets closely, and we can help you navigate the complexity and figure out the best path forward.
Get your bearings as the legal and regulatory environment begins to take shape.
Crypto and digital assets might lack a unified regulatory framework for accounting, taxes, security and privacy, and other areas at the moment. But that doesn’t mean your organization should be doing nothing.
As legislators introduce new bills related to crypto and digital assets in Congress and regulators intensify their scrutiny of this area, you’ll want to be ready to step up your efforts when and where it’s needed. We can help you anticipate these new developments and understand how to respond.
Get the lay of the land as you begin your journey.
Crypto and digital assets can vary in terms of structure, category, and technology ecosystem. Here are a few quick definitions of frequently used terms in this space to help you understand some of these differences.
Central bank digital currency
Non-fungible token (NFT)
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We want to simplify and clarify crypto and digital assets for you.
Our extensive accounting, tax, audit, and consulting experience and expertise can be applied to crypto and digital assets.
Additionally, our specialists are represented on the AICPA working group, which is developing guidance on how to account for and audit digital assets under U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for nongovernmental entities and generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS), respectively.
Let’s talk about the next steps in your crypto and digital asset journey.
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