July 5, 2016
Innovation & Public Policy in Blockchain Technology, with Perianne Boring
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we talk with the founder and president of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, Perianne Boring, about the promise of blockchain technology and how regulatory actions in the financial services space will either accelerate or suffocate the next wave of tech-fueled innovation in the sector.
Among the topics we discuss are the role of government here in the U.S. in fintech as compared to other countries, how public policymakers are approaching and learning about financial innovation, and why creating a friendly regulatory environment for financial innovation is one of the most important initiatives in policy today.
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About Perianne Boring
Perianne Boring is the founder and president of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, which first opened its doors in July 2014. She currently oversees the Chamber’s operations and government affairs and public policy initiatives. Perianne previously worked in network broadcast news and as a Forbes contributor, after beginning her career working on Capitol Hill as a legislative analyst advising Representative Dennis Ross on finance, economics, tax, and healthcare policy.
About The Innovation Engine
Since 2014, 3Pillar has published The Innovation Engine, a podcast that sees a wide range of innovation experts come on to discuss topics that include technology, leadership, and company culture. You can download and subscribe to The Innovation Engine on iTunes or tune in via the podcast’s home on Stitcher Radio or SoundCloud to listen online, via Android or iOS, or on any device supporting a mobile browser. You can also download the podcast’s dedicated iOS app from the iTunes App Store.