Binance Joins The Chamber of Digital Commerce to Help with Building Regulatory Framework for Crypto

The team at Binance is pleased to announce that they have joined the Chamber of Digital Commerce, a blockchain and cryptocurrency trade association. Binance has joined the Chamber’s Executive Committee in order “to move the blockchain industry forward alongside other industry players.”

Binance VP of Public Affairs Joanne Kubba said:

“As an organization at the crux of the industry’s rapid growth and complex regulatory environment, working hand in glove with policymakers, regulatory bodies and industry groups like the Chamber is imperative for Binance. Such work is fundamental to our mission of fostering the sustainable development of sensible regulations for cryptocurrency and blockchain, which ultimately ensures protections for users.”

Blain Rethmeier, VP of Public Affairs, Chamber of Digital Commerce, remarked:

“Blockchain technology is the future of finance. Our members represent the leading organizations that are committed to building the necessary infrastructure to enable a more sound and inclusive financial system. Binance has established itself as a leader in this emerging ecosystem and we are thrilled to welcome them and their contributions to our Executive Committee.”

Kubba added:

“The Chamber has established itself as a leading voice in blockchain technology policy. We are looking forward to working with the Chamber and finding solutions together for the long term as we usher in Web3 and a new era of the global economy.”

As mentioned in he announcement, Binance will work closely with the Chamber of Digital Commerce, its team and members “to educate, advocate, and bring forth solutions for some of the most pressing issues impacting the industry.”

Binance will “participate in research, roundtables, working groups and discussions with policymakers and regulators to help bring sensible policies that benefit society and users.”

The Chamber’s Executive Committee “sets the organization’s priorities and strategy.”

As the world’s first and largest trade association representing the blockchain industry, the Chamber’s mission is “to promote the acceptance and use of digital assets and blockchain-based technologies.”

Through education, advocacy, and close cooperation with policymakers, regulatory agencies, and the industry, the Chamber is working “to establish a pro-growth legal and regulatory environment that fosters innovation, job creation, and investment.”

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