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Cryptocurrency Specialists

Certification, Licensing, and Special Requirements

Certification or Licensing

Several associations offer voluntary certification programs. For example, the Blockchain Council offers the certified cryptocurrency expert (CCE) credential. Those who earn the CCE credential will learn about the technological infrastructure that powers blockchains and receive instruction on how to trade cryptocurrencies. To learn more, visit The CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium ( offers the following credentials: certified Bitcoin professional, certified Ethereum professional, and cryptocurrency security standard auditor. And the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies ( offers the certified cryptocurrency forensic investigator credential. Cryptocurrency specialists do not need to be licensed.

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