Initial Policy Offerings

  1. Stop tweeting aggressively at the people who regulate you. Negative points if you are a billionaire complaining about taxes.
  2. Spend some time developing relationships with policymakers and working collaboratively with communities you want to support. Lotta talk of unbanked communities- any stats on how they are being served by this tech? (Seriously please share)
  3. Consider looking at who is already doing the work you want to accelerate and consider working with them/learning from and supporting existing efforts rather than whipping out your proposal and demanding attention. Examples: CoinCenter, Blockchain Association. At the state level: Blockchain Advocacy Coalition of course, Cascadia Blockchain Council, Texas Blockchain Council etc.

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