The American Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Association (ABCA), a Washington-DC based trade association, officially launched its new member portal.
ABCA is a recently formed 501(c)(6) trade association, whose mission is to advance a vision for how distributed ledger technologies and cross-border innovations, including cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies, can lead to sounder markets.
Membership is open to a broad universe of stakeholders, from individuals and coin investors, enthusiasts and entrepreneurs, to exchanges and professional services firms. ABCA will provide a voice for individuals and corporations that are driving the blockchain evolution. To that end, ABCA engages with its stakeholder community through outreach, education, research and advocacy.
Members will receive e-newsletters and blogs, free and discounted participation in webcasts and webinars with ABCA and industry experts, discounted access to programs, roundtables and other industry educational and networking events, access to the ABCA industry jobs forum, to advertise and connect with professional opportunities in the growing industry and discounted access to ABCA training and certification programs.
“The ABCA board of directors is excited to launch formally and bring this new portal to our membership,” said Howard Greenberg, president of the ABCA. “ABCA provides direct access into the Washington, DC marketplace for individuals and organizations who are investing in, and betting on the growth of these innovative technologies.”
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