Mr. Blockchain Goes to Washington
CoinDesk profiles a recent effort to educate US lawmakers on the impact and benefits of blockchain technology in Washington, DC.
Witnesses didn't call for new domestic terror statutes or treat cryptocurrencies as a tool uniquely suited for illicit finance in a U.S. Congressional hearing Thursday.
The District of Columbia Bar has approved crypto payments for lawyers' fees.
The publicly traded crypto exchange is adding Faryar Shirzad to handle government relations.
Block.One, the software company behind the EOS blockchain, will expand its U.S. footprint with a new headquarters in Arlington County, Va.
Ripple is leading a group of organizations launching an advocacy body in Washington D.C. that will pay for lobbying in both U.S. dollars and XRP.