Focusing on blockchain and cryptocurrency-related policy, we bridge the gap between regulators & industry players.
Regulators continue to issue guidance on how cryptocurrency fits into existing law.
DAA informs companies about relevant updates and helps them understand what the changes may mean for the industry.
Overregulation can stifle innovation. Instead, we advocate for smart policy to help it flourish.
DAA helps educate regulators and lawmakers about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, dispelling myths along the way.
DAA maintains the largest privately-owned database of government records about cryptocurrency and blockchain.
Over the years we’ve meticulously gathered, sored, and analyzed thousands of relevant documents, assessing each record for sentiment analysis, favorability, and more.
We know which lawmakers and regulators are knowledgeable about the industry and how lobbying efforts affect policy outcomes.
Using a historical analysis, we can see which issues result in government action and how long it takes for the government to act.
From public policy to regulation, we’ve cover it all.
CFPB, DOJ, DHS, FEC, NYDFS, CSBS, FINRA, FCA (UK), ASIC (OZ), FATF, etc.
To ensure sensible regulations, we believe working with regulators and lawmakers instead of against them is imperative.
We support the “ask permission not forgiveness” approach as opposed to the tech industry’s “move fast and break things” style.
Our goal is to dispel myths, address their concerns, and answer the hard questions about cryptocurrency’s rocky past and current potential.
As a matter of principle, DAA does not support non-compliant ICOs, skimpy compliance standards, or skirting the law.
As this technology scales, governmental interest will continue to grow.
DAA supports 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 cryptocurrency-related regulations and legislation.
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