Blockchain can take on a different meaning depending on the industry you’re in or the challenge you’re trying to solve. The “Around the Block: Member Viewpoints” video series takes a look at blockchain and digital assets from the perspective of Chamber of Digital Commerce members.
EMURGO CEO Ken Kodama shares how the industry’s top players and regulators are participating in the Chamber of Digital Commerce. He also describes his vision for the future of the industry and EMURGO’s role in shaping it through blockchain developer education, advisory services, a startup accelerator program, and through its commercial arm Cardano.
Dave Schoepfer, Partner at Wipfli describes their desire to share information with other Chamber of Digital Commerce members and how beneficial it is to their clients, especially in accounting. In this Around the Block: Member Viewpoints, Schoepfer explains the importance of regulation and how it will affect the members of the Chamber and people in the industry worldwide.
In this Around The Block video Rivetz CEO and Co-Founder Steven Sprague describes how blockchain adds value to the internet, what blockchain enables, and its ability to create a trustworthy computing model through smart contracts. Hear Steven’s belief in the future of blockchain and how Rivetz helps to improve the quality of data on blockchain. Learn why this innovative company joined the Chamber and his perspective on the importance of blockchain regulation.
George Gilder, Founder and President of Gilder Technology Group describes why he believes digital assets and blockchain is as big a disruption as the internet was. In this Around the Block: Member Viewpoints, Gilder explains how blockchain will create the reinvention of money through bitcoin and other digital currencies.
DTCC Chief Technology Architect Robert Palatnick discusses the clarity blockchain brings to financial integrity and its ability to create transparency benefiting the traditional financial industry, its regulators and the greater FinTech community.
Dave Uhryniak, Blockchain Competency Leader at Crowe LLP describes his reasons for joining the Chamber and Crowe’s belief that blockchain will transform the way business is conducted. In this Around the Block: Members Viewpoints, Uhryniak describes Crowe’s dedicated innovation practice and the blockchain industry’s emerging products and technology.
Stephen Pair, CEO and Co-founder, BitPay, a blockchain payments platform, explains how the technology is being leveraged to serve e-commerce and B2B companies. In this Around The Block: Member Viewpoints, Stephen shares why the company decided to join the Chamber of Commerce to engage more closely with the regulators impacting the industry, and how the industry has evolved since BitPay’s inception in 2011.
Rumi Morales, CEO, of Outlier Ventures describes in this Around The Block: Member Viewpoints why she became one of the original members of the Chamber of Commerce and her belief in blockchain education, advocacy and proper regulation.
Chris Smith, VP of Development at Civic discusses the importance of blockchain technology, its regulation and Civic’s development of identity management.
Around the Block Member Viewpoints: Chamber Advisory Board & Executive Committee Leaders Share Vision
The Chamber of Digital Commerce’s Board of Advisors and Executive Committee leadership share their vision for the future of blockchain adoption, its regulation and its upcoming impact on our daily lives.
Matthew Roszak, CEO, Bloq and Chairman, Chamber of Digital Commerce discusses the early days of the blockchain industry and the foundation of the Chamber.
As Head of Blockchain at Cisco, Anoop Nannra emphasizes the importance of blockchain as a tool to benefit global supply chains and describes being a part of dialogue with regulators worldwide as a motivator for joining the Chamber.
Chamber member Jason Weinstein describes how the Blockchain Alliance is working to educate and engage with law enforcement.
SpaceChain Foundation’s co-founders Zheng Zuo and Jeff Garzik, together with core strategy advisor Matthew Roszak, share with Paul Brigner, Director of Technology Policy, Chamber of Digital Commerce, about their vision, goals and tech developments.