Several leaders in banking, payments and politics will become the part of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, a major driver for the blockchain industry in Washington, D.C.
On Wednesday, the Chamber of Digital Commerce informed about the adding of Visa, Goldman Sachs and Six Digital Exchange (SDX) to its executive committee. Mick Mulvaney, the ex White House Chief of Staff and a co-founder of the Congressional Blockchain Caucus will become the part of advisors as well.
Mulvaney left the White House in March. He will work with popular crypto persons like Don Tapscott of the Blockchain Research Institute and former CFTC Chairman Chris Giancarlo, who is now with the Digital Dollar Project.
Mentioning the variety of the advisory board, President and Founder Perianne Boring mentioned that the experts with various expertise are the core of chamber selection:
It’s important that when we have diverse views, because when you’re working on public policy, your work impacts everybody. It impacts the entire ecosystem. So you need to make sure you really understand the full scope of an industry and how potential policy could impact everybody.
The presence of Visa and Goldman Sachs, is the sign of continuing trend of greater crypto awareness from payments and banking giants.