Blockchain Auditor
Blockchain Auditor

Blockchain Auditor

The Blockchain Auditor blog is focused on accounting and audit issues related to blockchain and crypto-assets. There will be content of interest to those with an interest in topics such as accounting for cryptoassets, audit procedures related to blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, blockchain for improving audit processes, taxation of cryptoassets, and trust.

Put the stake in StakeCube ... looks like it may be done?

13 Jan 2023 1 minute read 1 comment Crypto Eric

From I regret to inform you that StakeCube will be temporarily halting deposits, trading, and withdrawals with immediate effect.  The exchanges go down, so always sad to hear about another site having...

Cointiply's Arena: Closed Temporarily, or For Good?

2 Dec 2022 1 minute read 0 comments Crypto Eric

I had just written a backgrounder on the gambling game on the Cointiply faucet, the Arena. You can find that here: That article focused on the res...

Fun with the Faucets: Winning with Cointiply's Arena

1 Dec 2022 3 minute read 0 comments Crypto Eric

Cointiply's "Arena" is a gambling game on the popular crypto faucet. As the site describes it,  Arena is "a fun new way to win Coins. Purchase Arena heroes & upgrade your heroes throughout the month. Every time a hero is purchased, the Arena prize po...

Run "DMC": The Authorized Digital Currency of Dominica (CBDCs)

12 Oct 2022 1 minute read 0 comments Crypto Eric

Some countries are adopting existing cryptocurrencies as legal tender. Some are creating their own new digital currencies, based on blockchain or not, such as those already released in places like the Bank of Jamaica's Jam-Dex (1), the Eastern Carrib...

Final AutoFaucet/AutoClaim - Ain't Got Time for That?

13 Aug 2022 3 minute read 1 comment Crypto Eric

Of all the faucet sites there are out there, DutchyCorp is one of them. Pros: So many coins! So many options! Clean, active and supported chat. Although I was using faucets back in the early BTC days, I had stopped using them for many reasons. A si...

What's in Your Wallet? (How about a lawsuit?)

18 Jul 2022 1 minute read 0 comments Crypto Eric

While NFTs representing collectibles usually make all the headlines, a recent court decision in the UK shows that your legal future may include NFTs calling you to court. Sound good? Let's go. NFTs: they ain't what many think they are In a prior post...

A Tale of Two UK Television Exports to the US - Does the Castuary Make a Difference?

24 Apr 2022 3 minute read 0 comments Crypto Eric

I am a fan of British television. With my interest largely linked to British humor, and with a big focus (but not exclusively) on British panel shows, I find Youtube, BritBox, Acorn - all very helpful. Sometimes, British shows find their way to the U...

Fool Us NFTs: Noun or Verb? NFT's ain't what many think they are

11 Feb 2022 3 minute read 0 comments Crypto Eric

I am a fan of Penn & Teller and their television show "Fool Us". When the CW network said you could get free Fool Us NFTs, I said "sign me up". And with "The Big Game" this weekend, the "Puppy Bowl" is getting a lot of attention - there are Puppy Bow...

Nightmares, Failure and Trauma: Getting Real on NFTs

16 Dec 2021 3 minute read 1 comment Crypto Eric

When is an NFT not an NFT? Nonsense Funding Technology We all know NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are all the rage and people are putting millions of dollars into the rights to "own" or control or get bragging rights to some meme. But when is an NFT an N...

RELX Coin ... Looks like RELX has finally acted

16 Aug 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Crypto Eric

In a series of prior posts, I followed an airdrop that really bothered me, as they had co-opted the name of an international company, did a bounty that was extremely poorly executed, and no one seemed to do anything to stop it. I can now report that...