Cryptocurrency Regulations Master (CCRM)
OverviewCryptocurrencies have the potential to lower transaction costs, reduce payment timeframes, and improve financial inclusion. However, this emerging technology does not yet have a cohesive legal framework to deal with a multitude of potential risks: security, consumer protection and financial crime.
The regulatory response to cryptocurrencies has been fragmented, with a patchwork of uncoordinated initiatives developing in different jurisdictions. Cryptocurrency Regulations Master training sharply focuses on emerging regulatory developments in the US, which is likely to be emulated internationally. Upon successfully completing this course, you will become a certified Cryptocurrency Regulations Master (CCRM).
Target AudienceThe ideal Cryptocurrency Regulations Master participant is very familiar with international financial regulations, and has worked with at least one form of cryptocurrency.
- The legal nature of cryptocurrency.
- Cryptocurrency litigation risks:
- the various rights and obligations of participants in the system,
- the enforcement and specific performance of cryptocurrency obligations, and finally.
- the mechanisms for recovering cryptocurrency units through litigation.
- Taking security over cryptocurrencies:
- What is the value of the security being taken?
- Is cryptocurrency capable of being given as security?
- Why is the question of ownership important?
- Why is regulatory risk an issue?
- What kind of security could be created over cryptocurrency?
- Why is enforcement of security an important consideration?
- The impact of insolvency of the owner of cryptocurrencies.
- United States Regulations:
- Monetary policy.
- Tax regulations.
- Illegal activities.
- Transactions Using TOR (The Onion Router).
- Consumer warnings.
- Electronic Fund Transfer Act.
- The role of the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation).
- The role of the FEC (Federal Election Commission).
- The power to prohibit virtual currencies.