26 min

Episode 52 | Launching the Crypto Accounting Academy The Accountant Quits Podcast

    • Technology

The Crypto Accounting Academy is a 6-week course, ​​brought to you by experts in the web3 industry, to give you the practical knowledge of running a business on crypto.

After the course, you will be equipped with the knowledge to be hired at a web3 company as an Accountant, Financial Controller and/or CFO.

Learning crypto accounting by yourself involves months of frustration, as having an understanding of how to import 100% of transactions from block explorers is not straightforward.

Through a 6-week cohort, we’re bringing the following instructors to get you crypto-ready;


Christophe Lassuyt - CEO & Co-Founder of Request Finance
Tarun Gupta - CEO & Founder of Coinshift
Mackenzie Patel - CEO & Co-Founder of Hashbasis
Mo Yang - CEO of Convoy Finance & CFO at Fuel Labs
Richard Pasquin - COO & Co-Founder at Cryptoworth
Nik Pletikos - Head of Treasury at Sweat Economy
Michael Cieri - Accounting Manager at Polygon Labs
Umar Mallam Hassam - Creator of The Accountant Quits

Sign up for the 1st cohort starting October 19 => https://www.theaccountantquits.com/crypto-accounting-academy

Unsure Whether This Course Is Right For You => Book A 1 On 1 Call

Topics Covered


Episode intro (00:00)
Problem learning crypto accounting (2:05)
Modules in the academy (4:27)
Instructors of the academy (10:10)
What is the course not about (14:33)
Who is this course for (16:15)
Do you have to be an accountant to join (17:24)
Resources offered with course (18:12)
Pricing (19:26)
Why I’m launching a Crypto Accounting Academy (21:06)
Should you quit your job (22:19)
How to decide whether this course is for you (24:26)

Follow The Accountant Quits:

LinkedIN: linkedin.com/company/the-accountant-quits

Twitter: twitter.com/accountantquits

Review

If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes.

Website

For show notes and past guests, please visit theaccountantquits.com/podcast/

The Crypto Accounting Academy is a 6-week course, ​​brought to you by experts in the web3 industry, to give you the practical knowledge of running a business on crypto.

After the course, you will be equipped with the knowledge to be hired at a web3 company as an Accountant, Financial Controller and/or CFO.

Learning crypto accounting by yourself involves months of frustration, as having an understanding of how to import 100% of transactions from block explorers is not straightforward.

Through a 6-week cohort, we’re bringing the following instructors to get you crypto-ready;


Christophe Lassuyt - CEO & Co-Founder of Request Finance
Tarun Gupta - CEO & Founder of Coinshift
Mackenzie Patel - CEO & Co-Founder of Hashbasis
Mo Yang - CEO of Convoy Finance & CFO at Fuel Labs
Richard Pasquin - COO & Co-Founder at Cryptoworth
Nik Pletikos - Head of Treasury at Sweat Economy
Michael Cieri - Accounting Manager at Polygon Labs
Umar Mallam Hassam - Creator of The Accountant Quits

Sign up for the 1st cohort starting October 19 => https://www.theaccountantquits.com/crypto-accounting-academy

Unsure Whether This Course Is Right For You => Book A 1 On 1 Call

Topics Covered


Episode intro (00:00)
Problem learning crypto accounting (2:05)
Modules in the academy (4:27)
Instructors of the academy (10:10)
What is the course not about (14:33)
Who is this course for (16:15)
Do you have to be an accountant to join (17:24)
Resources offered with course (18:12)
Pricing (19:26)
Why I’m launching a Crypto Accounting Academy (21:06)
Should you quit your job (22:19)
How to decide whether this course is for you (24:26)

Follow The Accountant Quits:

LinkedIN: linkedin.com/company/the-accountant-quits

Twitter: twitter.com/accountantquits

Review

If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes.

Website

For show notes and past guests, please visit theaccountantquits.com/podcast/

26 min

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