DigiByte Founders Meet U.S. Authorities for Wider Blockchain Adoption

Thursday 16 January 2020, 6:00 AM AEST - 8 months ago

Jared Tate, the founder of DigiByte (DGB), one of the oldest and genuinely decentralized blockchain projects, has met with the United States government in Washington DC concerning distributed ledger technology (DLT). Rudy Bouwman, Vice-Chair of the DigiByte Foundation has predicted that 2020 will be the year for blockchain to go entirely mainstream, as people in government are finally paying attention to the revolutionary technology, according to a tweet on January 14, 2020.

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Per the tweet published by Rudy Bouwman, Secretary & Vice Chairman of the DigiByte Foundation, Jared Tate has taken the blockchain movement to Washington DC, the U.S. sit of power, and the former firmly believes that this may be another excellent year for the blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem as some doors are opening for DLT and people in the government are beginning to pay more attention to the innovative technology.

#DigiByte's founder Jared Tate in Washington DC for meetings about #Blockchain.
"There are some doors opening and people paying attention within the government"
2020 is going to be the year that Blockchain goes mainstream. Let's make DigiByte a frontrunner! https://t.co/ANOT0toz1y

— Rudy Bouwman (@RudyBouwman) January 14, 2020

Interestingly, in a live video, Tate stated that the Congressional Blockchain Caucus is now more determined to promote the broader adoption of blockchain technology in the nation and beyond.

Its worth noting that Tates efforts to promote blockchain technology is quite important, since hes a former U.S. Senate Page and had worked in the U.S. capitol for six months in 2005, and as such he co ...

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