Chamber Of Digital Commerce Welcomes Don Wilson To Its Advisory Boardbr>
The Chamber of Digital Commerce, a trade association dedicated to promoting blockchain technology, has added Don Wilson to its Advisory Board.
Wilson founded DRW, a proprietary trading firm, after starting his career on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in the late 1980s. DRW was an early adopter of blockchain technology, launching Cumberland, its cryptoasset trading arm, back in 2014. Wilson is also co-founder and board member of blockchain companies Eris Exchange and Digital Asset Holdings.
“Incredibly grateful and excited to have Don Wilson join the Chamber’s Advisory Board,” said Matthew Roszak, chairman of the Chamber of Digital Commerce and co-founder of Bloq. “This industry’s trajectory is directly correlated to those building and investing in this ecosystem, and we are extremely fortunate to have Don, DRW, Cumberland and his team all making strategic imprints on so many keystone projects and platforms.”
The chamber also announced that seven new companies have joined the blockchain trade association’s Executive Committee. These include Block.one, Cumberland, MakerDAO, Ownum, PwC, Quantstamp and TrustToken.
“Our new Executive Committee members will serve as strategic partners in achieving our mission toward advancing the long-term success of the blockchain ecosystem,” said Perianne Boring, founder and president, Chamber of Digital Commerce.