October 23, 2018

Bitcoin

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The AICPA’s Twitter Totally Got Hacked by Bitcoin Scammers

So, I’m the first to admit I don’t know shit about blockchain, nor do I care. But I do know that public accounting firms are anxious to appear far more tech savvy than lil’ ol’ me and have been wasting a lot of time and effort talking about the transformative powers of blockchain. We’ll include […]

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Break Out the Popcorn for Bitcoin Infighting and Legitimizing Cryptocurrencies

There are certain words that cause me to zone out. Bitcoin. Cryptocurrency. Ethereum. Still, I’m starting to become intrigued as an accountant. Especially after a big shake up in the Financial Technology (fintech) industry this week. In case you missed it, Bitcoin has a rocky road ahead. On Tuesday, the legacy Bitcoin cryptocurrency begrudgingly welcomed […]

Triple Entry Accounting: Harebrained or Genius?

I've never been to SXSW, but I imagine that all the smart people talking about smart ideas and getting all smart with each other is nauseating. Still! If I had been in Austin yesterday, I probably would've enjoyed this Bitcoin presentation that included a heavy dose of accounting history from Jake Benson, founder of LibraTax:  […]

A Very Happy April Fool’s Day from Going Concern, And That’s No Joke

In case you didn't notice, our little playground was purposely hijacked this morning. Anyone coming to the site who tried to click a post from 8am until 2pm got this assy splash: Seems legit. If you clicked the "wallet" link, you got an equally assy splash that declared "haha, got ya!" and reminded you today […]

ESPN “Bitcoin Sign Guy” Raises Over $22k, Now Needs Tax Advice

Let no one deter you from flying a wacky sign, as this guy learned over the weekend: Here's the deal: Yesterday on ESPN's "College GameDay" (an ESPN college football show that's filmed at a different college campus each week) some student held the above sign that has both the Bitcoin logo and a QR code. […]