The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the expansion of digital and online communications, video conferencing technology has rapidly become a part of everyday life, and cryptocurrencies have continued to proliferate as a value exchange. This virtual environment, therefore, carries the risk of money laundering, mismanagement, non-compliance, and financial crime. This speed of change poses well-known regulatory challenges and keeps up with the risks and opportunities of new technologies. Regulation has arguably struggled to keep up with the advent of blockchain technology, resulting in a fragmented global regulatory environment for cryptocurrencies.
The dynamics behind the ‘Metaverse’, a virtual world universe built on top of blockchain technology and dubbed the ‘next evolution of the Internet’, is therefore of great interest to anyone involved in the field of regulation and compliance. It is a thing and has potential—impacts related to business, ethics, financial crime, and security. The advent of blockchain puts digital ownership at the heart of the metaverse, a departure from previous virtual environments. We are moving from a Minecraft-like metaverse owned by a central agent to a metaverse, immutably owned and traded. In these environments, people are already spending significant amounts on non-fungible tokens (NFTs), such as digital wearables and real estate. These issues were the focus of The Anti-Financial Crime for Metaverse training course, which included independent recommendations and details on combating money laundering and financial crime.
Attain robust knowledge that leverages and grants the skills and capabilities to join, transact and practice within the virtual environment safely.
After the training course, the participant will learn to:
The Anti-Financial Crime for Metaverse training course is for specialists in Anti-Financial crime in the virtual environment. It is designed to widen and extend the knowledge of key risks such as data theft, counterfeiting, money laundering, sexual harassment, and others.
It is suitable for a wide range of working professionals, including (but not limited to) the following:
This training course builds on instruction on the latest developments in the metaverse Anti-Financial crime. It includes real-life case studies, video adaptations, self-assessments, participatory discussions, and a wide range of information to make the course an exciting and enriching learning experience, combined with many exercises.
Upon successful completion of this training course, Newage Certificate will be awarded to the delegates.
Vivacoder Education LLC is a Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA) approved training provider in Dubai with a License Permit number 629738.