Exploring TaxBit's Crypto Accounting Insights with FASB and Deloitte

TaxBit’s Future of Crypto Accounting Roundtable brought together industry leaders to discuss FASB’s Crypto Accounting Guidance and more.

About the Event

Explore the highlights from the exclusive Crypto Accounting Roundtable, a premier event hosted by TaxBit and PayPal. This gathering brought together a curated group of the industry’s top accounting and finance professionals across Crypto/Web3, FinTech, and TradFi industries. The captivating fireside presentation, led by Aaron Jacob (VP of Enterprise Accounting at TaxBit), Nick Cappiello (Supervising Project Manager at FASB), Tiffany Wyszkowski (Project Manager at FASB), and Amy Park (US Audit & Assurance Blockchain & Digital Assets Partner at Deloitte & Touche LLP), unveiled critical insights into the FASB Crypto Accounting guidelines set to take effect on December 15, 2023. Gain a strategic advantage by discovering what businesses need to know for seamless compliance with the latest industry guidance.

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Featured Speakers

Aaron Jacob

Head of Accounting Solutions

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Nick Cappiello

Supervising Project Manager, FASB

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Tiffany Wyszkowski

Project Manager, FASB

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Amy Park

Partner, US Audit & Assurance Blockchain & Digital Assets, Deloitte & Touche LLP

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About the FASB Crypto Accounting Guidance

On September 6th, 2023, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the  organization that sets authoritative accounting guidance for US GAAP, voted to move forward with updated crypto asset accounting rules to increase transparency for crypto asset activity. Companies can early adopt the guidance for their calendar 2023 year-end reporting once the final ASU is issued, which is anticipated around December 15, 2023. Companies need to understand everything required for updated accounting compliance from an accounting and reporting perspective. 

To be within the scope of this new accounting guidance, a crypto asset must:

  • Meet the definition of an intangible asset

  • Not represent a contract or provide enforceable rights

  • Be created or reside on a distributed ledger based on blockchain or similar technology

  • Be secured through cryptography

  • Be fungible

  • Not be created or issued by the reporting entity or its related parties

Explore valuable insights from TaxBit Accounting Experts regarding essential learnings, timelines, and subsequent actions: FASB Votes to Move Forward with Updated Crypto Asset Accounting Guidance.

In case you missed it, watch the full Future of Crypto Accounting Roundtable to prepare your business for the latest changes.

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TaxBit’s Accounting Experts have followed the FASB’s progress for 18+ months and are ready to help you navigate the new changes.

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TaxBit's Accounting Suite empowers businesses to:

  • Consolidate data from various sources to create a cohesive crypto treasury overview

  • Streamline digital asset transactions through an automated rules engine for seamless reconciliation

  • Implement automated Valuation, Cost/Basis, and Gain/Loss calculation processes

  • Establish a comprehensive system of record for audibility

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