Regulators continue to issue guidance on how emerging technology fits into existing law.
We keep clients updated on regulatory developments and clarify what they may mean for the industry.
While over regulation can stifle innovation, well-developed policy can help it flourish.
We educate regulators and lawmakers on fintech issues, dispelling myths along the way.
DAA maintains an extensive searchable database of cryptocurrency and blockchain-related government publications.
Since early 2017, we have meticulously gathered, sored, and analyzed tens of thousands of relevant official documents.
We know which lawmakers and regulators are knowledgeable about the industry, and how lobbying efforts impact policy outcomes.
Using a historical analysis, we can see which issues result in legislative and regulatory action and how quickly government entities react.
Digesting the Alphabet Soup
DAA also keeps track of relevant case law in the U.S. and abroad.
To ensure sensible regulations, we support working with regulators and lawmakers instead of against them.
We favor the “ask permission not forgiveness” approach to regulation over the tech sector’s “move fast and break things” style.
Our goal is to dispel myths, address regulator concerns, and answer hard questions about fintech’s former issues and current opportunities.
As a matter of principle, we do not support non-compliant token offerings or using workarounds to skirt regulatory compliance.
As financial technology scales, governmental interest will continue to grow.
We support sensible, well-informed policy similar in scope to existing laws related to fiat currency and capital markets.
We are happy to help companies better understand fintech-related regulations and legislation.
To track relevant updates in fintech policy, follow Digital Asset Affairs’ founder on Twitter at @FintechRegs.
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