New Ripple-Led Advocacy Group to Pay DC Lobbyists in XRP
Ripple is leading a group of organizations launching an advocacy body in Washington D.C. that will pay for lobbying in both U.S. dollars and XRP.
"Currently DeFi is not at the table – but on the menu."
The publicly traded crypto exchange is adding Faryar Shirzad to handle government relations.
Bitcoin does not have a CEO but it does have lawyers.
The cryptocurrency industry did not get heavily engaged in this year’s election, either via donations or lobbying.
The new board members represent decentralized finance and institutional crypto alike.