The Chamber of Digital Commerce is the world’s largest trade association representing the digital asset and blockchain industry. Our mission is to promote the acceptance and use of digital assets and blockchain-based technologies. Through education, advocacy, and working closely with policymakers, regulatory agencies and industry, our goal is to develop a pro-growth legal environment that fosters innovation, jobs and investment.
We represent the world’s leading innovators, operators and investors in the digital asset and blockchain technology ecosystem, including start-ups, software companies, global IT consultancies, financial institutions and investment firms. Membership is open to all those committed to supporting and growing this thriving community.
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Founder & President
Director of Development
Perianne Boring founded the Chamber of Digital Commerce in July 2014, and currently serves as President overseeing the Chamber’s operations, government affairs and public policy initiatives. She previously worked in network broadcast news and as a Forbes contributor. She began her career as a legislative analyst in the US House of Representatives, advising on finance, economics, tax and healthcare policy.
Alan P. Dye advises the Chamber on legal affairs and is Managing Partner of the Washington, D.C. law firm of Webster, Chamberlain & Bean. Mr. Dye is nationally recognized for his work with non-profit organization and is the former Chairman of the American Bar Association Subcommittee on Trade Associations.
Erika Zapanta, of the Transform Group, provides public relations support to the Chamber of Digital Commerce. The Transform Group is a PR firm with a strong focus in blockchain technology. Erika holds a B.A. in Journalism with a Minor in Communications from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Her PR credits include a stint with top Las Vegas destinations, including Paris Hotel and Planet Hollywood.
Susan Poole drives development of membership growth for the Chamber of Digital Commerce. Poole has held international sales development and management roles at Microsoft, HP, VMware, and high-tech startups. She holds a B.S. in Computer Information Systems from DeVry University and attended DePaul University’s School of Entrepreneurship.
Jordan Kruger serves as a research fellow at the Chamber of Digital Commerce. Ms. Kruger is a PhD candidate at Georgetown University in bioinformatics, where she develops software intended to support big-data biomedical studies. She plans to apply the skills she has acquired to blockchain technologies.
Caleb Chen serves as a research assistant at the Chamber of Digital Commerce. Chen is a graduate of the University of Virginia where he studied Economics, East Asian Studies, and Mathematics and is currently pursuing his MSc in Digital Currency at the University of Nicosia. He believes that we are moving towards a better tomorrow, bit by bit by Bitcoin.
CEO, Digital Asset Holdings
Non Executive Chairman, Santander Consumer USA Inc.
J.P. Morgan head of Global Commodities (2007-2014)
Founding Partner, Delta Strategy Group
Chairman, Commodities Future Trading Commission (2000–2004)
President & CEO, New York Mercantile Exchange (2004-2008)
Chairman, Gilder Publishing LLC,
Co-founder, the Discovery Institute, Rivetz
Board Member, Rivetz
Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP
Co-chair, Global Payments Practice
Chairman, Chamber of Digital Commerce
Founding Partner, Tally Capital
Co-Founder and Managing Partner,
Director, Blockchain Alliance
Partner, Steptoe & Johnson
Deputy Assistant Attorney General,
US Dept. of Justice (2009-2012)
CEO, The Tapscott Group Inc.
Senior Advisor, World Economic Forum
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