SVSJ Not-for-Profit Group: Cryptocurrency for Non-Profits | N2200919

Date :
September 12, 2019 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Location :
San Jose Area
Facility :
Health Trust
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Level of Difficulty :
Overview
Member Price :
10.00
Nonmember Price :
40.00
CPE Credits :
CPE 1.00
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Learn more about blockchain and cryptocurrency as it pertains to nonprofits.
 
Blockchain technology is quickly becoming a tool for social impact. New blockchain projects are emerging every day and nonprofits are starting to get involved by receiving cryptocurrency donations, investing in newly formed crypto hedge funds, or starting their own blockchain projects. 
 
 

Objectives:

How blockchain works and how to recognize its potential
Important accounting and tax considerations when holding or accepting gifts of cryptocurrency
Options for accounting, disclosure and gift acceptance

Major Subjects:

  • Overview of blockchain and cryptocurrency
  • Important tax considerations
  • Accounting and audit matters for cryptocurrency
  • Use cases for blockchain and cryptocurrency

Advanced Prep:

None

Misc. Information:

Coffee and water available during the presentation
Level of Difficulty:
Overview
Field of Interest:
Information Technology
Prerequisites:
None
Designed For:
CPAs and other Non-profit Executives

Instructors

Daniel Santos Figueredo, CGMA, CPA
Daniel is a Partner in Assurance, Head of BPM’s Nonprofit Industry group and FinTech practice. He has worked extensively with fair value and alternative investments, lending, significant endowments and UPMIFA, donor-advised funds, planned giving, partnership accounting, program-related investments, New Markets Tax Credits, gifts-in-kind, crypto/digital currency, and significant capital campaigns. As Leader of BPM’s FinTech practice, Daniel is a thought leader in cryptocurrency and digital assets. He works closely with companies involved with bitcoin, ether, crypto hedge funds, custodians, exchanges, and other digital asset companies. Daniel also works with marketplace and peer-to-peer lenders, payments companies, and other FinTech platforms. He also serves other financial services institutions such as broker-dealers, investment banks, registered investment advisors (RIA), venture capital, private equity, and hedge funds. As a leading subject matter and thought leader, he frequently presents for the AICPA and other industry associations and conferences on a variety of topics. Daniel’s community commitment also includes serving on many boards, board committees, and conference committees, including CalCPA, Online Lending Policy Institute, Accounting Blockchain Coalition, Northern California Planned Giving Council, The Guardsmen, University of San Francisco, and the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute.
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