FASB Settles on Fair-Value Accounting for Measuring Crypto Assets
U.S. · BUSINESS · TECH · MEDIA
October 13, 20223 min read634 words
Published: October 13, 2022  |  3 min read634 words
The Financial Accounting Standards Board on Wednesday said companies should use fair-value accounting for measuring bitcoin and other crypto assets, moving a step closer to a standard that could clear up uncertainty over reporting how much such holdings are worth. There are curr...
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Oct 13
This is a pretty good look at some very big news in the crypto asset space, however, I was hoping to understand at what point these changes go into effect and whether or not they are yet to be solidified, which was left unanswered in this article.
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