Goldman Sachs, Visa and Mick Mulvaney join the Chamber of Digital Commerce

The Chamber of Digital Commerce has been attracting interests from different quarters including leaders from banking, payments and politics.

Today, September 23rd the Chamber of Digital Commerce announced that Goldman Sachs, Visa and Six Digital Exchange (SDX) will be added to its executive committee.

Also, Mick Mulvaney co-founder of the Congressional Blockchain Caucus who recently resigned his position as the White House Chief of Staff in March will be joining the chamber’s board of advisors.

The Chamber of Digital Commerce is a blockchain trade association in Washington D.C.

In regards the advisory board, Mick Mulvaney will be joining other notable figures in the Blockchain space like former CFTC Chairman Chris Giancarlo and Don Tapscott of the Blockchain Research Institute.

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The addition of Goldman Sachs and Visa to the Chamber of Digital Commerce is due to the banking and payments giants continuous trend of engaging and experimenting cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.

Cuy Sheffield, Visa’s head of Crypto said:

“Visa continuously explores new payment innovations like digital currencies and how they might be able to connect to or expand our existing network and products.”

Perianne Boring, President and Founder of the Chamber of Digital Commerce told Cointelegraph:

“People are starting to understand the importance of blockchain technology in the global economy.”

In regards the advisory board he said:

” It’s important that when we have diverse views, because when you’re working on public policy, your work impacts everybody. It impacts the entire ecosystem. So you need to make sure you really understand the full scope of an industry and how potential policy could impact everybody.”