A Public-Private Forum to Help Combat Criminal Activity on the Blockchain

OUR mission

To provide a forum for open dialogue between industry and law enforcement and regulatory agencies, in order to help combat criminal activity on the blockchain.

who we are

The Blockchain Alliance is a public-private forum created by the blockchain community. We are a broad coalition of companies and organizations who have come together with a common goal – to make the blockchain ecosystem more secure and to promote further development of this transformative technology.

Understand how every new ground-breaking technology is exploited by criminals and how we can collaborate to combat criminal threats.

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Founders

counsel

INDUSTRY PARTICIPANTS

advisors

James Newsome, Ph.D

Founding Partner, Delta Strategy Group

Chairman, Commodities Future Trading Commission (2000–2004)

President & CEO, New York Mercantile Exchange (2004-2008)

Walter De Brouwer, Ph.D

CEO, doc.ai

WHAT WE DO

The Blockchain Alliance has brought together some of the brightest minds in the blockchain ecosystem to serve as a resource for law enforcement and regulatory agencies. We provide education, technical assistance, and periodic informational sessions regarding Bitcoin and other digital currencies and uses of the blockchain generally.

WHY IT MAtters

The Blockchain Alliance is a critical step for protecting public safety by combating criminal activity on the blockchain. But it is also a critical step for the growth of the blockchain industry. By addressing misperceptions about Bitcoin, other digital currencies, and the blockchain generally, and by highlighting the industry’s good-faith efforts to cooperate with investigations, we can promote an approach to enforcement and regulation that does not stifle innovation.

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