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As cryptocurrencies are expanding their scope and blockchain technology adopted by more and more mainstream players, the industry naturally feels the need to try and get more influence on the political establishment as traditional financial institutions do. We can see that with bitcoin conferences hosting high level politicians and now with funding of professional lobbyists.
Coin Center, which describes itself as the leading non-profit research and advocacy center focused on the public policy issues facing cryptocurrency technologies, has revealed on Tuesday that over the past month it raised over $1 million to fund its 2016 operations. The lobbyists said they “are thrilled ... (read more)