A group of cryptocurrency / Blockchain thought leaders have created a new group seeking to help guide the fast growing digital currency market. Announced at the Digital Assets Investment Forum (DAIF) held in New York City this month, the Digital Asset Leadership Committee (DALC) believes that Blockchain holds the promise to disrupt existing business models across different sectors such as financial services, agriculture, healthcare and energy.
The online capital formation segment of Blockchain, initial coin offerings (ICO), has exploded in utilization having funded over $4 billion during 2017.
Venture capitalists, as well as individual investors, are quickly adapting to this new asset class by investing in it with a significant amount of capital and resources.
What are some of the best practices emerging from the markets? What are the implications to regulators? How do you build a strong ecosystem in supporting the healthy development of the digital asset investing industry? DALC wants to provide answers as the Blockchain sector grows.
In collaboration with global partners, FinTech4Good, the Committee is composed of executives from some of the leading organizations such as LDJ Capital, YIMI VC, Blockchain Frontier Group, NEM, DAO IPCI, SWARM Fund, NewPay, Super Game Chain, the Global Platform, ICONIQ Lab, BITNATION, Art Impact Foundation, and Fire Lotto.
“The Digital Asset Leadership Committee aims to bring together institutions and global experts to provide thought leadership and implement impactful initiatives to scale up digital asset investing around the world,” said by Xiaochen Zhang, President of FinTech4Good and the Chairman of the Committee. “This Forum is one of the first activities that the Committee is planning to advance in the next few years. The DAIF successfully connected digital asset gurus, technology pioneers and blockchain investors, to share the most disruptive solutions and shape the future of digital assets. The Committee will host a DAIF Series globally in the next 6 months in advancing the world global digital transformation.”