Cryptocurrency 201: Cryptocurrency and Transactional Components
This course dives into the details of cryptocurrency transactions. You will learn how cryptocurrency transactions function and how to review them, identify the purpose of cryptocurrency wallets and differentiate between cryptocurrency coins and tokens.
Knowledge of how distributed ledger technology works
|NASBA Information:||Specialized Knowledge|
|Last Updated:||February 2021|
|Delivery Method:||QAS Self-Study|
Dr. David Utzke CFE, CFI, CCE, CBE - Speaker
U.S. Treasury-IRS CID Cybercrimes Unit
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