The end of the cryptocurrency ‘nightmare’ on ledgers?

OPPORTUNITY AHEAD? Boyd E. Foster Jr., partner at Feeney, Foster & Cavanagh CPAs LLC, says recommendations by the Federal Accounting Standards Board that would ease tracking the value of cryptocurrency held by businesses may allow his firm to take on corporate clients that have those assets. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
OPPORTUNITY AHEAD? Boyd E. Foster Jr., partner at Feeney, Foster & Cavanagh CPAs LLC, says recommendations by the Federal Accounting Standards Board that would ease tracking the value of cryptocurrency held by businesses may allow his firm to take on corporate clients that have those assets. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
As cryptocurrency investors rode the digital currency rollercoaster over the last several years, Claire M. Iacobucci was right alongside them. As partner and director of audit and quality control for Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co. Ltd., Iacobucci knew the volatile market made her difficult job that much harder. In her words, it was “an accounting…

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