The United States Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Association is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade organization formed in March 2018 of leading industry companies and professionals advocating for US governmental acceptance and healthy public and regulatory policy around blockchain-based technologies and digital assets in Washington DC so they are more widely understood, used and accepted.
The USBCA's work in the industry starts with local events each month operated by Directors leading each chapter. They bring the community together, gather crucial feedback and input, help educate and connect members.
USBCA chapters in turn represent state and city blockchain and crypto asset interests when relaying the needs and desires of the local community to the national association.
At USBCA National in Washington D.C., we represent and lobby for our chapters and provide them the voice needed in our nations capital so they are heard while meaningful and beneficial policies are positively influenced for the sake of the industry overall.
The United States Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Association represents the United States blockchain and cryptocurrency industries as a whole by advocating for sound industry practices, regulation and public policies that foster efficient, transparent and fair standards for the use of blockchain technologies, decentralized assets, and cryptocurrency.
In support of USBCA chapters and its members, the national association acts as a liaison relaying local professional blockchain communities needs and desires with our nations government and regulatory leaders at the highest levels such as the President, members of Congress and specific regulatory bodies such as the Federal Trade Commission or the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.