The Certificate in Blockchain and Digital Assets consists of two parts:
– Part One: A six-hour course on understanding digital assets and the blockchain.– Part Two: A seven-hour course devoted to incorporating digital assets into an advisor’s investment management strategy.
A growing number of investors own cryptocurrencies. Others are simply curious about adding digital assets as long-term positions.People from both of these groups should consider seeking the guidance of a financial advisor who specializes in cryptocurrencies and/or who holds the CBDA certificate.
To complete the course and earn the Certificate, a candidate must:
– Complete all ten modules as well as a bonus module (which explains the blockchain and digital assets to new and current clients)– Pass all module quizzes with a 70% score or above– Agree to the DACFP Code of Ethics– Complete both the pre-and post-course surveys