Blockchain Association is working to forge consensus on key policy solutions among regulators, lawmakers, and the public so that the digital asset economy can flourish in the United States.
Anti-money laundering (AML) laws are designed to promote financial integrity and prevent illicit conduct while still respecting the right to privacy, a difficult balance to strike in crypto.Read More
Crypto offers a decentralized alternative to the traditional banking system, while also empowering financial institutions to offer better products and services.Read More
Concerns about crypto’s energy usage are valid but often overstated, and ignore the industry’s hard work to make crypto sustainable and support the transition to renewables.Read More
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are unique files stored on a blockchain that allow holders to exclusively own and control digital assets of any kind, from digital art to decentralized domain names.Read More
Securities laws are designed to protect investors from fraudulent or manipulative practices and to provide investors with the information necessary to make informed investment decisions.Read More
Like other commodities markets, crypto spot markets aren’t comprehensively regulated, but Congress is considering proposals to treat them more like markets for securities or derivatives.Read More