Blockchain legal representative


#1

Does the blockchain and crypto community have a legal representative to represent us and protect our interest and reputation from those seeking to danish or destroy it.

We have all noted that the government bodies placing regulations on cryptocurrency do not fully understand the impact and need of the technology, or what the technology actually fixes in their broken system.

With a legal representative or (body of representatives) all regulations can be objected in a legal manner. Comment your thoughts and ideas to this issue.


#2

No, K_Peter, we do not.

The sort of representative you describe is commonly referred to as a Political Action Committee (PAC) or a PAC that hires a lobbying firm.

At least, that’s how it works in America.

To get to that stage of things it would be necessary to launch a cryptocurrency that advocates for cryptocurrencies. The problem is that no one would buy it because it would never make money (for itself, anyway).