Throughout the Chamber’s eight-year history, the organization has established itself as the leading resource for digital asset and blockchain technology education in Washington and beyond.
The time has come for U.S. investors to have access to a bitcoin ETF that directly holds bitcoin. The Crypto Conundrum report is a detailed analysis of the investing community’s pursuit of – and the SEC’s increasingly unjustifiable unwillingness to approve – a spot bitcoin ETF.
As the blockchain industry in Massachusetts continues to grow, policymakers will find this toolkit useful to gain a deeper understanding of the technology and ways it can bring unprecedented economic growth to the State. This edition of the State Legislator’s Toolkit includes insights on how blockchain development will positively transform the economy, an overview of state legislative developments, and legislative options for lawmakers.
As the digital assets industry has developed, both consumers and institutional investors have relied on large custodians, exchanges, and other intermediaries to custody their assets. These intermediaries are entrusted with maintaining adequate digital asset reserves to meet customer liabilities (those digital assets the exchange or custodian holds for its customers).
As the blockchain industry in Texas continues to grow, policymakers will find this toolkit useful to gain a deeper understanding of the technology and ways it can bring unprecedented economic growth to the State. This edition of the State Legislator’s Toolkit includes insights on how blockchain development will positively impact Texas’ economy, legislative proposals, and an overview of state legislative developments.
The PBoC has been building a central bank-controlled digital currency, dubbed Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DC/EP) for many years and is now internally testing the platform. The Chamber has collected, translated, and studied the patent applications and is sharing the data freely to allow others to review and analyze this information.
Canada is uniquely positioned to play a leading role in the global digital economy. To achieve and maintain such a position, it is imperative that we understand the size, scale and scope of our innovation ecosystems, and especially our burgeoning blockchain ecosystem.
Some of the most prominent and forward-thinking blockchain innovators are Canadian. However, lagging policy and regulatory uncertainty in this space are driving businesses out of the country and into more competitive jurisdictions. Without action from the federal government, Canada’s position as a global leader will be threatened.
An Initial Step Toward Self-Regulation
Published in Conjunction with Microsoft
White Paper by Chamber of Digital Commerce and Structured Finance Industry Group
A Technology, Legal & Regulatory Introduction – Foreword by Nick Szabo
An Executive Report on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services & National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Blockchain Challenge