Mar 31, 2021
"Bitcoin is the 'Kleenex' of cryptocurrency - the one that people hear about on the news - but it's just a gateway."
Blockchain is one of the many emerging technology trends that have the potential to disrupt the accounting and finance role. We explore some of the latest advancements in this three-part series with leading subject matter experts. Part 1 outlines the complexities and best practices of crypto asset management. In the run-up to our annual Blockchain Symposium, CPA.com's Senior Director (Strategy and Innovation) Kacee Johnson talks to Lukka CEO Robert Materazzi.
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Kacee Johnson is a Senior Director for Strategy and Innovation at CPA.com, the technical arm of AICPA & CIMA. CPA.com has formed a strategic alliance with Lukka to deliver crypto asset solutions to firms.
Robert Materazzi is CEO of Lukka, a New York-based crypto asset software and data solutions provider which built the world’s first commercial virtual currency tax-calculator. Lukka partnered with CPA.com to develop ‘LukkaTax for Professionals’ – a virtual currency tax preparation tool built specifically for accountants.
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About Our Podcast. These conversations with expert guests are recorded by different members of the AICPA & CIMA team from our offices around the world. While the sound quality may vary, we hope that the insights will be consistently useful.
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