Financial Commission Blockchain Expert Committee Taps Clark Hogan

Job Appointments | December 18, 2018 By:

The Financial Commission has appointed Clark Hogan to its recently formed Blockchain Expert Committee to boost self-regulatory efforts for digital currency exchanges and blockchain firms.

Hogan joins professionals in the Blockchain Expert Committee (BEC) who are committed to working with Financial Commission’s Blockchain Association member firms to process client disputes, find common solutions to technological and legal questions, and build a self-regulatory framework for digital asset firms.

Hogan is a technology professional whose career has focused on high-growth software companies and enterprise-grade blockchain technologies. Hogan began his professional career after earning a BS in Computer Science and Economics from Rutgers College.

As a middleware engineer, he engineered solutions for brands such as Fedex Kinkos, PR Newswire, and Barnes and Noble. Following this, Hogan transitioned to technology sales and executive management, delivering results for three early-stage startups that were acquired by publicly traded companies. He then went on to co-found six Los Angeles-based startups specializing in machine learning, analytics, OpenStack cloud computing, and blockchain, raising millions via seed investments, ICO’s, and closed dealflow.

His most recent endeavor is, a blockchain products and solutions company.  Their products reduce the complexity of blockchains for their customers and have built solutions for industries such as exchanges, insurance, gaming, and supply chains.

Financial Commission’s Blockchain Expert Committee (BEC) is comprised of digital asset industry experts, as well as legal and compliance professionals who are committed to advancing self-regulatory efforts for the digital currency trading community and finding solutions to common issues arising from the physical exchange of digital currencies by customers, storage of digital assets on the Blockchain.

The BEC is an integral part of the newly formed Blockchain Association which aims to unite cryptocurrency exchanges and financial firms transacting on blockchain that are committed to upholding the highest standards of commercial honor and best business practices. In joining the professional community companies and individuals have the unique opportunity to consult with industry experts, legal and compliance professionals and fellow association members about regional regulations and compliance in key global markets where digital currencies are in very high demand.