The Crypto Council for Innovation, or CCI, has announced that Gemini will join its list of companies pursuing cryptocurrencies with the aim of supporting lawmakers on related regulation.
In an announcement Thursday, the ITC said that, as of this week, Gemini has joined Coinbase (NASDAQ:), Block, Fidelity Digital Assets, Paradigm, and others in an effort to “help accelerate the growth [del grupo] and global leadership,” according to CEO Sheila Warren. Gemini’s head of policy and regulatory affairs Ji Kim said the exchange will work with lawmakers and regulators to help promote cryptocurrency adoption around the world.
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Formed in April 2021 by Coinbase and Square (NYSE:) -now Block-, the CCI aimed to open a dialogue with governments and regulatory agencies about the benefits of cryptocurrencies. The group hosted a virtual event in July 2021 on (BTC) adoption called The ₿ Word, featuring speakers including Tesla (NASDAQ:) CEO, Elon Musk, and Jack Dorsey. Warren, formerly head of blockchain and distributed ledger technology at the World Economic Forum, took over as ICC CEO in February.
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