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Blockchain in the Beltway Monthly Speaker Series:

Do you want to know what it was like behind the scenes in D.C. before the Facebook Libra announcement?  Interested in insights that, for audience members, was noted as original content about the blockchain and cryptocurrency policy space heard nowhere else?  Then, see what you missed - and don't ever miss a Value Technology Foundation event again! 


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On July 25, the Value Technology Foundation, with the generous support of Blank Rome LLP, hosted Congressman Warren Davidson (R-OH), author of the Token Taxonomy Act.  Congressman Davidson provided a Keynote address on Blockchain followed by a one-on-one fireside chat with Michael Del Castillo, staff writer at Forbes.  


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJ9bQa8VPsQ&t=29s


After the Congressman spoke, the Value Technology Foundation had the pleasure of hosting Ron Hammond, Legislative Assistant to Congressman Davidson, Michelle Gitlitz, Partner at Blank Rome LLP, Blockchain Technology and Digital Currencies, Kristin Smith, Blockchain Association, Director of External Affairs, and Bill Rockwood Jr., Financial and Technology Policy Advisor for Congressman Darren Soto (D-FL), with Michael Del Castillo of Forbes as moderator.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtQ_VwtmjAs&t=1290s


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Congressman Warren Davidson (R-OH), Serves on House Financial Services Committee, FinTech Task Force
Congressman Warren Davidson (R-OH), Serves on House Financial Services Committee, FinTech Task Force

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