Chamber of Digital Commerce announces its first blockchain summit at Georgetown University

Announcements | January 21, 2016 By:

The Chamber of Digital Commerce announced that it will be holding its first blockchain summit at Georgetown University on March 3.

“We are bringing together industry and government to have a thoughtful discussion about the policy challenges regarding blockchain technology. Understanding the direction of regulation and compliance is a core competency in fintech, and the blockchain ecosystem is no exception. In today’s competitive landscape, company’s legal and compliance teams have to be as innovative and creative as their products and services,” said Chamber of Digital Commerce founder and president Perianne Boring.

The packed agenda includes panels about smart contracts, banking and financial services, the recently launched Blockchain Alliance and consumer protections, along with talks with some of the blockchain’s biggest thought leaders and two keynotes anchoring the event.

The Chamber of Digital Commerce is a Washington, D.C.-based trade association representing the digital asset and digital currency industry.