The state of commerce is changing—and accounting is changing along with it. With the emergence of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency as a form of payment, accountants must learn how to account for digital assets or risk being left behind.

Digital asset accounting—also known as cryptocurrency accounting—is a rapidly evolving industry. More and more companies are using digital currency to pay vendors, employees, and contractors. Businesses entering the crypto space need guidance from their accountant in order to leverage this new technology and properly manage their books.

Whether it’s demystifying blockchain and triple-entry accounting, classifying transactions from various digital wallets, or auditing your digital assets, it can be tough to wrap your head around everything.

That's why we decided to compile a list of blockchain and digital asset accounting resources for accountants. We'll be adding to this list periodically, so check back if you don't find what you're looking for.


Digital Asset Accounting Resources





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