Popular Post LittleLordFauntleroy Posted March 6, 2019 Popular Post Share Posted March 6, 2019 As we all know, regulation is a major hurdle holding back the entire crypto industry. Currently, HR 7356 (The Token Taxonomy Act) is "dead", but the US representatives who sponsored it previously have committed to doing so again soon (More info here: https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/hr7356). To help push this as a legislative priority, I'm sending this letter to my representative. If you are a US citizen, please take a moment to send something similar to your rep. You can find your rep here: https://t.co/iWei0Q1fp1. Don't be fooled - writing your representatives is a proven way to influence policy. This letter is based heavily on a message originally written by Kasum Capital, so all due credit to them. Cheers! Hello Congressman/woman (your rep), My name is (your name), and I'm a resident of (wherever). The reason I'm writing is because there is a bill being proposed by Rep. Warren Davidson called 'The Token Taxonomy Act - H.R. 7356'. I strongly believe that it is in the best long-term interests of both (your state) and the United States to pass this bill, which would support the long-term growth and development of blockchain technology in the US. Countries like China, India, the UK, Switzerland, and Malta are moving quickly and diligently on blockchain regulation, putting the US at risk of falling behind in the race to be a leader in this revolutionary new technology. Currently, the only state that seems to recognize the potential of regulating blockchain is Wyoming, and by so doing, it has already attracted major blockchain companies from outside the US to do business here at home. I hope you will join Reps. Warren Davidson & Darren Soto in moving innovation forward in (your state). Blockchain technology has tremendous potential, and I want (your state) and the US to be pioneers in what will be a a hugely important technology moving forward. Thank you,(Your name) Hodor, mathesmith, earth and 10 others 9 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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