Browsing the "Washington DC" Tag

EOS Maker Block.One Expands US Footprint With DC-Area HQ

| Daniel Kuhn

Block.One, the software company behind the EOS blockchain, will expand its U.S. footprint with a new headquarters in Arlington County, Va.

New Ripple-Led Advocacy Group to Pay DC Lobbyists in XRP

| Anna Baydakova

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.

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Mr. Blockchain Goes to Washington

| Aaron Stanley

CoinDesk profiles a recent effort to educate US lawmakers on the impact and benefits of blockchain technology in Washington, DC.

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Symbiont Demos Blockchain Share Issuance for DC Lawmakers

| Aaron Stanley

Distributed ledger startup Symbiont gave a demo of how blockchain could be used to rethink share trading at a congressional event this week.

Bitcoin Advocacy Group Coin Center Collects $1 Million in New Contributions

| Garrett Keirns

Washington, DC-based non-profit research and advocacy group Coin Center has raised $1m from old and new supporters.

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Blockchain Trade Group Adds First Credit Union

| Stan Higgins

Digital Federal Credit Union has joined the Chamber of Digital Commerce, the Washington, DC-based blockchain trade organization.

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White House Fuels Growing Blockchain Interest on Capitol Hill

| Michael del Castillo

Blockchain interest and awareness are increasing on Capitol Hill, spurred by a series of recent high-profile events.

R3 Meets Obama Advisors at DC Blockchain Event

| Michael del Castillo

A group of technology advisors to US President Barack Obama heard from representatives from the bitcoin and blockchain industry earlier this month.

US Congress Reps Receive Blockchain Briefing at Capitol Hill Event

| Pete Rizzo

More than 15 members of Congress met with representatives of the blockchain technology industry this week in Washington, DC.

Microsoft, USAA Join DC Blockchain Policy Group

| Stan Higgins

Tech giant Microsoft and military-focused banking and insurance firm USAA are among the newest members of the Chamber of Digital Commerce.