Indicators of Suspicion in the VC Space + Facebook’s Libra Core: C4’s May Topics
While we aren’t hosting any YouTube Live Premieres this month, we are releasing two new videos for you on the C4 channel. Here’s the scoop:
Monday, May 1st — New Video Release
- 11AM CDT — Peter Warrack — “Indicators of Suspicion in the VC Space & Project Participate ”
Have you wondered what constitutes suspicious activity by financial regulatory agencies in the crypto space? Cryptoasset usage is coming under increasing scrutiny and the latest Financial Action Task Force (FATF) recommendations call for Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR), but no guidance has been provided around the reporting.
This session with #BTC2019 teacher Peter Warrack gives you a closer look at Project Participate, which brings together exchanges, analytical providers and regulators to develop indicators to inform transaction monitoring solutions, investigative best practices, and training. Learn about the latest comprehensive indicators that have been developed by Project Participate, along with a best practice model of investigation, and the 360 Model, as published by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS).
This course is particularly helpful for lawyers and accountants, who serve clients in the blockchain tech industry.
Monday, May 18th — New Video Release
- 11AM CDT — Angeleen Wilson — “Bitcoin Core Versus Libra Core”
If you’ve wanted to dive under the hood of Bitcoin core and compare it with the new cryptocurrency of Facebook’s Libra core software client, check out this session! Angeleen touches on mainstream global money movements on the rise and a mix of blockchain-era stable-money services that operate along a centralization-to-decentralization spectrum.
C4 is looking forward to continuing to help you in your journey of cryptocurrency and blockchain education. Learn more about our non-profit’s efforts on our website.