Servicing Government Agencies, Law Enforcement & Corporations

Crypto Asset Anti
Money-Laundering/ Expert


Due to the recent trends in cryptocurrency, it's more important than ever for financial institutions, law enforcement, and fraud investigators of all levels (novices included) to have reliable information about anything related to crypto. One such thing that you'll want is an expert certification in Money/Anti Laundering.


With our 5-Day Crypto Asset Anti Money-Laundering Expert Certification, you can rest assured that You will protect your organization's money. We'll make sure that you learn how to protect your organization's funds so that they don't fall into the wrong hands by conducting due diligence on all parties involved in any transaction with them!


Criminal organizations around the world are switching from fiat currencies to cryptocurrency. This course will help you understand how they do it and what steps must be taken in order for criminals to get clean financial transactions without being caught by law enforcement or other members of society that may pose threats depending on who is aware of what's happening locally as well internationally.


In this course, you will practice actual money laundering with crypto assets. Learn how criminals transition from fiat to crypto and back by practicing and understanding on and off-ramps. We will cover and practice the exact steps of how criminals launder money using DEFI, Crypto Pools & Farming, Staking, Swapping, Web3, and more.


This course is for you if you want to know how criminals convert fiat currency into cryptocurrency and back again. We will cover every step of their procedure: from the moment they first buy crypto until those same funds are sent right off your grid! You'll learn all about defi; crypto pools-a way criminals laundered money through mining rewards before changing over onto stakers or swappers, and more.

What do we cover?

  • Bitcoin Blockchain
  • Ethereum Blockchain
  • Binance Smartchain
  • How do Stablecoins work?
  • What are Stablecoins?
  • Advantages of Stablecoins
  • What are Stablecoin risks?
  • How do I use Stablecoins?
  • Stablecoin Supply
  • Stablecoin Funding
  • Stablecoin Distribution
  • Binance & Stablecoins
  • Ethereum & Stablecoins
  • Stablecoin Use Cases
  • Precious Metal & Stablecoins
  • Coinbase & Stablecoins
  • Stablecoin Economics
  • Stablecoin Economics
  • FED Stablecoin / USA
  • ECB Stablecoin / Europe
  • DCEP Stablecoin / China
  • DEFI
  • Lending
  • Borrowing
  • Swapping
  • Flash Loans
  • On-Ramps
  • Off-Ramps
  • How does the Metaverse work?
  • What is the Metaverse?
  • Advantages of the Metaverse
  • What are Metaverse risks?
  • How do I start using the Metaverse?
  • Metaverse Projects

  • Metaverse Marketplaces
  • Metaverse Products
  • Metaverse Tokens
  • Token Economics
  • NFT
  • Metaverse DAO
  • Builder 101
  • Metaverse Smart Items
  • How does Web3 work?
  • What is Web3?
  • Advantages of Web3
  • What are Web3 risks?
  • How do I use Web3?
  • Decentralized Digital Identities
  • NFT Domains
  • File Storage
  • Web3 Hosting
  • Web3 Cloud Computing
  • Web3 Cyber Security
  • Filecoin
  • Arweave
  • Sia Skynet
  • Storj
  • Bluzelle
  • Lambda
  • Chainlink
  • Helium
  • Theta Network
  • The Graph
  • Ethereum Name Service
  • Basic Attention Token

Cryptocurrency & Blockchain
/ Investigator Certification


Would you like to be able to investigate cryptocurrency cases with ease? With our comprehensive 5-Day in-person certification course, learn everything there is about this exciting new topic. You'll get an in-depth understanding of what it means for both businesses and individuals who invest or work on Wall Street! Don't miss out - enroll today so we can show how much easier crypto investigations will make your life.


Is crypto the future of financial transactions and investigation, or just another flash-in-the-pan tech craze like emailing on your PC was back in '95? You'll find out now if you haven't already - our comprehensive course covers everything from beginner's tips to advanced topics. Whether for personal use at home (or work!)


The use cases for cryptocurrency are only beginning to unfold. From tokenized property exchanges and fundraising through initial coin offerings (ICOs), it's clear that people all over the world want access to crypto-based products without relying on traditional financial institutions or central currencies like dollars, euros -- even bitcoin itself has become more than just an investment opportunity! But how do you invest wisely? What does this mean from a fraud investigator point of view - will we be seeing less bank heist activity where criminals steal millions in cash by digitally laundering money?"


  • History of Money
  • Before Cryptocurrency
  • Centralized & Decentralized
  • Bitcoin
  • Blockchain
  • Coins
  • Major Coins & Tokens
  • On-Ramps
  • Transactions
  • Ethereum
  • Binance Smart Chain
  • Exchanges
  • BIP39
  • QR Codes
  • Wallets
  • Hardware Wallet
  • Hardware Wallet / Ledger
  • Hardware Wallet / Trezor
  • DEX
  • IDEX
  • Cold Storage
  • Crypto Vaults
  • Digital Asset Custody
  • Shamir’s Secret

  • SegWit
  • Crypto Certificates
  • Crypto Asset Futures
  • Smart Contracts
  • DeFi
  • ERC20
  • Non-fungible Token (NFT)
  • Staking
  • BIP 32 / 44 / 49 / 84 / 141
  • Crypto Domains & Decentralized Web
  • Offline Wallets
  • Swaps
  • Pools
  • Farming
  • Lending
  • Borrowing
  • Flash Loans
  • Ciphers
  • Codes
  • Caesar Cipher
  • Dictionary Code
  • Morse Code
  • Book Code
  • Null Cipher

Fighting Fraud in Government

Government fraud refers to intentional acts designed to deprive the government of funds by deception or other unfair means.

Fraud costs trillions of dollars in worldwide damages each year, and government entities are among the most common victims. Government entities are victims of every conceivable kind of swindle, and everyone pays for these frauds in direct or indirect ways.

Government entities, however, are not defenseless. Indeed, there are many ways that government agents and members of the public can help prevent government fraud. But prevention starts with being well informed; the more individuals and government agents know about fraud, the less likely they are to be victimized.

Combating government fraud is an ongoing challenge and an essential component in keeping governments financially strong.

This 5 day covers the following topics and more:

  • Overview of government fraud
  • Occupational fraud by government employees
  • Public corruption
  • Procurement fraud
  • Fraudulent false claims and statements
  • Fraud in government social programs
  • Measures to prevent government fraud
  • Protection sensitive and classified data
  • Investigating government fraud
  • Investigating with the internet

Cyber security essentials: understanding risk and controls

Cyber Security Essentials will help you understand and manage the threat of cybercrime. This training has three sections:

  • The first section is an overview of the different types of cyber threats.
  • The second section provides tools and techniques for assessing risk and identifying the best options to protect your business.
  • The third section concerns cybercrime that targets individuals.

You do not know where your adversary lives, or what they will do next, but you can stay ahead of them by keeping yourself informed and leveraging the latest technology. There are solutions for almost every threat. Transform yourself from a victim into a proactive digital citizen who makes cybersecurity a priority in every area of life.

When the adversary discovers that you are difficult to attack, they will move on to an easier target.

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