The rapid rise of digital currency has driven accelerated engagement with policy makers and regulators in Washington. Notably, the rise of global stablecoins and the prospects for central bank money digital currency have intensified policy maker interest. Amid the COVID-19 induced economic crisis, discussions have accelerated around the benefits of ‘digital dollars’, which are increasingly seen through a national competitiveness lens, as advanced nations such as China make blockchain technology and digital currency a foundational infrastructure for the future of their economy and their role in the broader global landscape, portending geo-political considerations.
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The crypto and blockchain industry have a long history of engagement with policy makers in DC, dating back to 2013 when the Senate held its first public hearings on virtual currency. This week on the Money Movement we are joined by three guests who have been at the forefront of working the digital currency scene in DC. Joining us are Perianne Boring, the founder and president of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, Kristin Smith, the Executive Director of the Blockchain Association, and John Collins, founding partner at FS Vector, a premier advisory firm in the blockchain policy space.
About the Show
The global economy is experiencing unprecedented challenges and change. Business leaders everywhere are grappling with how to transform their companies to become more digital, resilient and efficient. As we face this change, a new global movement is building around the promise of digital currencies and blockchains — forming a new architecture for the global economy and creating new opportunities for companies everywhere. The Money Movement explores and chronicles the issues and ideas driving this brave new world of digital money.
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