Cryptocurrency Training

Chainalysis Risk and Regulation Training (CRRT)

With the advent of cryptocurrency, traditional Anti-Money Laundering (AML) assessment frameworks need to be expanded. By applying a risk-based approach (RBA) to cryptocurrencies, effective AML/compliance policies can be implemented that comply with applicable laws and regulations. During the Chainalysis Risk and Regulation training, participants learn to apply a risk-based approach and analyse off-chain and on-chain data.

Who is this training for?
The training is suitable for analysts, investigators and those who oversee cryptocurrencies or monitor and/or report cryptocurrency activities/companies.

What do you learn during the training?

  • Distinguish cryptocurrencies from each other (privacy coins, stable coins etc.), recognise and mitigate risks.
  • The operation of DeFi (Decentralised Finance) and the effective application of transaction monitoring.
  • What geographical considerations should be made in transaction monitoring.
  • Blockchain analytics.
  • Recognise and mitigate risks from Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs). In the form of both on-chain and off-chain data.
  • Detect red flags from cryptocurrency exchanges through a secure mock cryptocurrency exchange built by Chainalysis.
  • Requirements in reporting in relation to unusual activities.
  • Identify and place important developments in international and regional regulations. Evaluate compliance decisions and draw conclusions through a risk-based approach.

Knowledge Check
To obtain the Chainalysis Risk and Regulation Certification, participants must complete a knowledge check within two weeks of the start of the training.

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