Regulatory Clarity for Digital Tokens
Having an uncertain regulatory environment is a significant impediment to investment and innovation in the blockchain industry, scuttling projects before they begin or forcing them offshore to more established and clear regulatory systems.
Understanding Digital Tokens
We educate on developments pertaining to the classification of digital tokens, help the industry develop guidelines in significant areas, and advocate where necessary to achieve a predictable legal environment. Part of the Chamber’s strategy involves developing key relationships with stakeholders such as the SEC, CFTC, and Congress.
Stablecoins Do Not Pose Systemic Risk to the Financial System and are Not Securities
Proof of Reserves – Establishing Best Practices to Build Trust in the Digital Assets Industry
Amicus Brief Advocating for a Predictable Legal Environment for the Blockchain Industry
Understanding Digital Tokens: Market Overviews and Proposed Guidelines for Policymakers and Practitioners. An Initial Step Toward Self-Regulation
What’s Being Said About Digital Tokens
“It’s really important we get this right. If we get policy recommendations that don’t allow for stablecoins to operate as payment system instruments, innovation will be pushed overseas,”
Perianne Boring, Chamber of Digital Commerce
“Blockchain-based systems are redefining concepts of ownership, transparency, and financial inclusion. To participate more fully in this rapidly developing global ecosystem, the U.S. government requires a strong action plan for this foundational, generational shift in technology.”
Matthew Roszak, Bloq
“The application of the current federal securities laws to these transactions frustrates the network’s ability to achieve maturity and prevents the transformation of the token sold as a security to a non-security token functioning on the network,”