The Digital Currency Council (DCC) will be working with the Chamber of Digital Commerce (Chamber) to promote bitcoin advocacy and education efforts to the general public. DCC is an association of professionals in the digital currency industry with members from various fields like finance, law, and accounting. Meanwhile, the Chamber is the Washington, D.C.-based trade association representing the digital asset and digital currency industry.
Both organizations are working towards the development of best practices in the bitcoin industry and announced that they’ll be teaming up. This partnership will help them establish a pro-growth environment that is appropriate for innovation, jobs, and investment.
Bitcoin Industry Support
In particular, both DCC and the Chamber will foster education, advocacy, and work closely with policymakers and regulatory agencies. Currently, the DCC is the leading education center for professionals in the digital currency economy and provides certificate-level courses, generating an environment that fosters innovation.
According to Perianne Boring, Founder and President of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, the strategic partnership with the DCC, the leader in digital currency education and training adds an additional level of professionalism, and credibility to their members and help them work with the regulatory and policy community.
For David Berger, CEO of the Digital Currency Council, their partnership in the Chamber can support leading bitcoin firms and individuals have shown a strong commitment to the growth and professionalization of the digital asset industry. In addition, DCC aims to support their commitment for professionalism in the digital asset industry with access to their coursework, certification program, and membership of over 1,500 professionals across the globe.
Apart from that, this joining of minds of professionals in the industry could also help in developing a proper framework for bitcoin regulation. As it is, different US states have varying degrees of oversight and requirements on the industry and its members.