July 19, 2023 – The Chamber of Digital Commerce, the digital asset industry’s preeminent advocacy organization, proudly marks its 9th anniversary, marking nearly a decade of driving policy and regulatory initiatives to foster the growth and adoption of blockchain technology. 

Since its establishment in 2014, the Chamber has achieved significant milestones, playing a pivotal role in shaping the crypto policy landscape. Notable accomplishments include organizing the groundbreaking Bitcoin Education Day on Capitol Hill, providing influential testimonies before the U.S. Congress to endorse legislation supporting blockchain development, and spearheading impactful campaigns to safeguard citizens’ financial and online privacy rights by curbing harmful regulations.  

The Chamber has also been instrumental in advocating for a National Action Plan for Blockchain, publishing industry guidelines, and effectively influencing policy decisions, including the Travel Rule and Market Structure legislation. 

“I am immensely proud of our team and the remarkable progress we have made in the past nine years. This milestone is a testament to the dedication and expertise of our team, as well as the unwavering support of our esteemed members,” said Perianne Boring, Founder and CEO of the Chamber of Digital Commerce. “Looking ahead, we remain focused on our mission, leveraging blockchain’s transformative power to chart a path towards boundless possibilities and unlock a future of innovation and prosperity.” 

As we commemorate our 9th anniversary, the Chamber recognizes our mission is ongoing. Our dedicated team persistently collaborates with legislators and regulators to shape the U.S. into a more accommodating environment for blockchain technology and digital asset innovation. 

With a diverse membership comprising over 150 members from technology and financial services backgrounds, the Chamber continues to drive industry collaboration and advocacy. The DC Blockchain Summit, the Chamber’s flagship event, will return in 2024, fostering greater collaboration between industry and policymakers in Washington, DC. For more information on Chamber membership and the DC Blockchain Summit, visit our website.  

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