The Chamber of Digital Commerce has announced a new member to the organization’s advisory board. Mark Wetjen, head of global policy for the Depository Trust Clearing Corp. (DTCC) is joining the group’s board membership and the chamber’s executive committee.
The Chamber of Digital Commerce is a Washington, D.C.-based think-tank and advocacy group that promotes digital assets and cryptocurrency along with distributed ledger technology innovation. The group was founded to help relations between bureaucrats in Washington and give them a better understanding of these emerging technological solutions brought forth by the Bitcoin network. Mark Wetjen is pleased to join the Chamber to help improve the financial landscape worldwide. Wetjen stated in the announcement:
“New technologies are creating tremendous opportunities to connect economies around the world, make markets safer and more efficient, and deliver services to consumers in novel ways. In particular, distributed ledger technology offers the industry a unique opportunity to drive targeted improvements to the financial market infrastructures that underpin the global capital markets,”