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Use Case: Blockchain Accounting

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Although most accounting processes have not yet been moved to blockchain platforms, the number of business processes in the blockchain has changed.

Experts believe that blockchain accounting is the next step for the accounting sector and for a good reason. Audit and security professionals should keep abreast of developments and learn more about business applications in the blockchain, accounting, and the overall blockchain technology.

 

Blockchain in the Accounting Industry

Independent auditors will need to understand blockchain technology as it is implemented on customer sites, whether customers are looking for blockchain business opportunities, implementation of business applications with blockchains or the use of blockchain in accounting.

Students studying blockchain accounting and the definition of the blockchain will find that the function is the foundation on which cryptocurrencies are built. In addition to the definition of the blockchain, students will need to understand the role of cryptocurrency in the investment world. Blockchain definition students will also receive training on other cryptocurrencies that use blockchain technology.

Access controls for cybersecurity and blockchain access – including auditing what “value” has been symbolic for the blockchain, are two promising new revenue segments for the accounting sector. Cloud accounting, tax, and audit software providers will, of course, adapt to the huge change chain.

In April 2018, Ernst & Young launched “blockchain Analyzer,” which will allow EY audit teams to review and analyze transactions on the blockchain. Although blockchain technology offers many promises, it is not an easy task to integrate your business with the blockchain. Accountants can change the way in which blockchain will be used in the future and how blockchain solutions and services will be developed.

Most of the blockchain software options are priced and run like other software, with some available free software ( Bitcoin blockchain ), others charge fees for each piece of data added ( fact ), and others are built exclusively for commercial use ( Ripple ). Although most accounting processes have not yet been moved to blockchain platforms, the number of business processes in the blockchain has changed. Most of the Balanc3 users so far are companies in the area of cybercrime and not companies that have changed the blockchain from traditional accounting formats, but shears expect this to change as soon as the auditors and auditors start working with the blockchain events as part of the insurance.

The technology of the blockchain is, almost without arguments, the subject of the year and is even more prominent for the accounting and financial services industry. Blockchain technology already has a dramatic effect on traditional accounting functions, but the link between durability, the blockchain, and accounting is still worth further analysis. The blockchain, at least in the financial and accounting sectors, is often discussed equally in terms of emotion and anxiety, as it accelerates and strengthens trends towards automation and the elimination of traditional accounting functions.

The blockchain records the exchange of values between the parties, creating a secure and permanent record of transactions that can be fully audited by code. Therefore, the blockchain is undoubtedly intended to take over the double entry accounting process in the corporate environment. Interestingly, PwC went to the point that the lack of a standard way of checking blockchain transactions is the reason why companies were reluctant to accept the blockchain. The blockchain could even open up markets for financial business processes and audit markets outside the Four largest accounting firms.

Ethereum is a decentralized, open-source platform where stakeholders can customize the application of the blockchain for intelligent contracts or agreements that are executed exactly as planned, without any downtime, censorship, fraud or external supervision and mediation. Knowing how to set up different networks and blockchain platforms is an excellent skill, but the real value that CPAs can provide is to provide business with bookkeeping, certification and consulting services.

As more and more companies enter the cryptocurrency economy, the accounting firms serving them will have to include cryptocurrency transactions in their accounting processes. As SaaS services based on the blockchain network are launched in 2018, accountants are prepared to discuss with suppliers how they can integrate their accounting services. As the development of the blockchain is permeating the accounting sector, regulators, technology providers, and account managers need to collaborate and look for ways to make the transition beneficial to all parties.
As the development of the blockchain is permeating the accounting sector, regulators, technology providers, and account managers need to collaborate and look for ways to make the transition beneficial to all parties.

For accountants and auditors, blockchain has a lot of potentials, especially in combination with other innovations such as machine learning.

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Adoption: Courts in France adopt blockchain technology

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The NCC or National Council of Clerks of France have finally tested a blockchain technology-based solution for the courts of the country.

The NCC or National Council of Clerks of France recently made an announcement that they have finally tested a blockchain technology-based solution for the courts and are now prepared to launch it throughout France. The National Council of Clerks is a representation of the clerks of the corporate and commercial registry in around a hundred thirty-hour workplaces in France. The workplaces depend upon one another for sharing important data.

 

The goal of NCC France

The NCC is determined to streamline and position the latest information technology that capitulates something that is known as ‘the single version of the truth’. The data tracks an organization’s growth, dissolution, change of location etc. The sharing of data amongst each other was earlier a big challenge for the NCC.

 

The project based on blockchain technology had an aim of rapid cycle times and precision of information. In the pilot phase of the project, the National Council of Clerks in France was able to lessen the timing of registry operation involving a lot of days to just one day.

 

According to the president of France National Council of Clerks, Sophie Jonval, the project based on blockchain technology is an outcome of the partnership with IBM. IBM who is already an expert in blockchain technology and cryptography has been serving as a technological partner.

 

According to the NCC, the project shall be rolled out in the 1st half of 2019 and the project shall ensure a transparent and improved dynamics of the interactions between the clerks.

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HSBC Bank Looking to Expand Blockchain Platform Voltron in South Korea

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HSBC, the largest bank in Europe is searching for banks in South Korea for launching Voltron, it's blockchain platform as reported by the Korean Times.

HSBC, the largest bank in Europe is searching for banks in South Korea for launching Voltron, it’s blockchain platform as reported by the Korean Times.

 

HSBC Voltron:

The Voltron platform delivers a more quick method to process and settle invoices using by using permissioned blockchain technology. The permissioned blockchain stops the transactional data from being shared with everyone but instead, the data is shared with only consented users. The platform decreases the time that is usually required for the total process.

 

According to Joshua Kroeker, the innovation director of HSBC, the platform would mostly impact the process timing. Thus the transparency which comes with blockchain, as well as the rapid flow, would help the banks in managing their working capital as well as their cash flows. Kroeker reached out to the banks in South Korea to partner with their blockchain platform i.e. Voltron for the letters of credit.

 

HSBC’s blockchain platform was initiated in 2018 and is currently partnered with seven banks namely Standard Chartered, Bangkok Bank, BNP Paribas, ING, CTBC Holding, SEB, and NatWest. The platform is still in its pilot stage however, it shall soon be launched commercially.

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World’s biggest Blockchain ETF on London Stock Exchange

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The world's biggest blockchain ETF is scheduled to be launched by Invesco on the London Stock Exchange by Invesco, a large investment management company.

Cryptocurrency enthusiasts around the world have been curiously waiting for a bitcoin ETF to be approved by the SEC or any other potential government in the world. However, before a bitcoin ETF, the world’s biggest blockchain ETF is scheduled to be launched by Invesco on the London Stock Exchange. Invesco is a large investment management company that has more than $800 billion in assets under management.

 

World’s biggest Blockchain ETF

At the launch, the Blockchain ETF will invest in a portfolio of forty-eight companies including the CME Group, a US exchange which had earlier launched bitcoin futures on the exchange and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, a company that supplies crypto mining machines. Other companies are those that have an exposer to the blockchain technology.

 

The Blockchain ETF will be based on a proprietary scoring system made by Elwwod Asset Management LLP. According to Bin Ren, the chief executive officer at Elwood, the blockchain goes past cryptocurrencies. He mentioned that although blockchain technology is mostly being used by financial companies, it will be implemented in a vast range of industries soon.

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