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The Accountant Quits is a movement to inspire and educate accountants on the impact of blockchain in accounting.
We’re at the cusp of a digital transformation that will slowly but surely make accountants redundant.
Rather than witnessing passively on the sidelines, The Accountant Quits helps you take an active role by upskilling yourself to become a crypto accountant.
Why Become a Crypto Accountant
Get crypto ready
Embrace the digital revolution and shape the future of the accounting profession
Specialize and bulletproof your career as the future of decentralized finance unfolds
Seize the opportunity to evolve and get hired for in-demand roles such as a web3 CFO and/or crypto accountant
Negotiate higher salaries alongside your specialized skills to deal with the complex nature of crypto
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What is The Accountant Quits?
The Accountant Quits is a movement to help accountants learn crypto accounting so they can be hired at companies using digital assets.
Blockchain is an emerging technology, and is here to stay - bulletproof your career so you don’t become a redundant accountant.
I’m an Accountant, but do I have to quit to learn crypto accounting?
Not at all, The Accountant Quits is not about telling accountants to quit their job.
It’s to awaken, inspire, and prepare accountants on the impact of blockchain in accounting.
The name 'The Accountant Quits' is the true story of its founder Umar, who quit his accounting job and fell into the crypto rabbit hole.
What is crypto accounting and how does it differ from traditional accounting?
With traditional accounting, an accountant uses the bank statement to book bank entries.
Cryptocurrencies do not involve intermediaries like banks, and therefore accountants have to retrieve transactions, from so-called ‘block explorers’.
Crypto accounting involves understanding how to capture all transactions from the block explorers.
Why should I learn crypto accounting if my company does not use crypto?
It’s no longer a matter of if but when we will achieve mainstream adoption.
Even if your company does not transact in crypto, you can prepare for the next wave of crypto adoption or diversify your skills for new career prospects.