A year ago, Bitcoin Magazine highlighted a work of U.S. Congress Representative Jared Polis and remarkable his work assembly with politicians and businesses, compelling a many economy-building possibilities of Bitcoin and, by extension, blockchain technology.
A year later, Rep. Polis, a Democrat from Colorado, along with Rep. Mick Mulvaney, a Republican from South Carolina, announced a arrangement of a initial congressional congress to foster and teach members of Congress, and a ubiquitous public, about a intensity of digital currencies and other blockchain-based technologies.
To boost a change and effectiveness, a new congress is bipartisan, welcoming members from both domestic parties.
“Congressional caucuses are really critical for like-minded members of Congress to work together toward common process goals,” pronounced Jerry Brito, Executive Director of a Coin Center advocacy group. “We are really vehement by a arrangement of a Congressional Blockchain Caucus and demeanour brazen to stability operative with a members to draft a trail brazen with a same form of light hold law that a early internet benefited from only a few decades ago.”
Recently Brito was named to a Politico Top 50 influencers in Washington D.C., along with Coin Center house members Marc Andreessen and Fred Wilson.