NASBA and CFCS Credits Requirements

The Cryptocurrencies and Cryptocrime virtual workshop, presented by ACFCS and Chainalysis, is eligible for up to 11 CFCS and/or 11 NASBA CPE credits. To earn credits, you will need to:

Delivery Method
Group-based internet learning
Program Level
Professionals with 3+ years’ of experience in roles related financial crime prevention and detection.
Advanced Prep
Field of Study
Information Technology
Participation in the workshop on May 20 -21 will provide 9 credits. Participation in both the workshop on May 20 -21 as well as the crash course on May 19 will provide 11 credits.

Attendees will need to meet these requirements in order to receive CPE credits for each session.

• Attend 100% of the scheduled time for each session
• Participate in at least 3 polling questions in each session
• Complete a survey at the end of each session

Built for the fincrime practitioner, the workshop is designed to give you practical knowledge that enhances your ability to detect and prevent financial crime tied to crypto, whether you’re in a bank, a crypto exchange, law enforcement or other organization.

We’ll take a deep dive into legitimate crypto business models, illicit use of crypto, and the fundamentals of crypto investigation, with a heavy emphasis on the connections between the crypto world and the traditional financial system.

• How crypto risk is present at financial institutions, both directly and indirectly, and techniques for managing it
• Trends and case studies in the illicit use of crypto, including cryptocurrency usage in dark markets and terrorist financing
• How crypto business models are changing, and how financial institutions are engaging with the crypto space
• Perspectives from compliance officers at crypto services providers and banks on how they’re collaborating to mitigate financial crime risks

View the agenda for each session’s learning objectives.

Cancellation refund requests must be received in writing at least 15 days prior to the first day of the workshop. Requests for refunds will not be honored less than 15 days prior to the first day of the workshop. Refunds are not granted for failure to attend, late arrival or early departure.

Substitutions of registered attendees may be made at any time prior to the beginning of the workshop. Please note that if the transfer is made from an ACFCS member to a non-ACFCS member, you will be charged the difference in cost. If the registrant does not attend the workshop and does not designate a substitute attendee prior to the workshop, the registrant will be responsible for the full registration fee.

Substitutions and cancellation requests may be sent to

ACFCS reserves the right to cancel the workshop due to low enrollment. Full refunds will be made accordingly.

ACFCS reserves the right to make comparable substitutions or cancellations if circumstances beyond our control necessitate a change in any element of the program.

Please contact our Customer Support Team at or by phone at (786) 530-8231 for questions or concerns.

ACFCS is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: (Registry ID: 109174)

ACFCS members will receive a certification of participation and CFCS credits will be automatically added to their online profile within one week of the workshop. Non-members will receive a certificate of participation but must keep track of their own credits.


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