CPE Self-Study
Blockchain for Not-for-Profits
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Improve your engagement with not-for-profit clients by understanding the practical implications of blockchain technology for not-for-profit organizations.

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Who Will Benefit?

  • Anyone looking to understand more about how blockchain can be implemented in a nonprofit organization
  • Accountants looking for more information on blockchain
  • Managers/decision makers looking to run blockchain projects

Key Topics

  • Blockchain overview
  • Blockchain implementation for not-for-profit organizations
  • Donations of virtual currencies
  • Tax and accounting implications of accepting virtual currencies
  • Regulatory issues that impact blockchain implementations
  • Tax considerations for private foundations

Learning Objectives

  • Outline the opportunities and risks for not-for-profit organizations implementing blockchain technology.
  • Determine the various treatments of virtual currencies in accounting and auditing for not-for-profit.
  • Recognize the central elements used in the blockchain ecosystem.
  • Identify the basic components of tax considerations for blockchain.
  • Identify key regulatory considerations related to implementing blockchain as well as determine the costs and benefits, both domestically and internationally.

Often working with limited budgets, not-for-profit organizations are not known for being early adopters of new technology. However, blockchain technology has many specific benefits for the not-for-profit industry.

To ensure you and your clients are maximizing these benefits, this CPE self-study online course covers the basics of blockchain technology and its practical implications.

This course also explores the new opportunities, risks, accounting, and tax implications necessary to create a blockchain implementation plan.

Interested in developing your blockchain knowledge further? Customize your learning and earn a Digital Finance Skills badge in blockchain by visiting aicpastore.com/BlockchainPick3Plus and purchasing a minimum of three courses.

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Daniel Figueredo

Daniel Figueredo

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.

Daniel supports a variety of nonprofits, including but not limited to private foundations, social enterprises, trade associations, arts and culture, advocacy and political organizations, private schools, community foundations, and higher education. 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.

Dmitri Alexeev

Dmitri Alexeev

Dmitri is a Partner in BPM's Corporate Tax Practice and co-leads the blockchain and digital assets group. He has over 20 years of public accounting experience with regional and national accounting firms. He's worked with many public and private companies, including closely held businesses and startup companies, ranging in size from $1 million to over $100 billion in assets. He has extensive experience serving clients in financial services and technology industries.

Dmitri has extensive tax advisory and compliance experience with emphasis on financial and regulatory reporting, including business taxation, accounting methods and elections and state taxation. He also has broad experience in ASC 740, income taxes, and significant experience with federal and California tax controversy.

With focus on exceptional client service, he has worked closely with attorneys, investment bankers, valuation, as well as other professionals.

Dmitri Alexeev holds an active CPA license in California.

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CPE credits
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NASBA Field of Study
Information Technology
Learners are expected to be familiar with the not-for-profit industry.
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