The US House of Representatives Subcommittee will hold blockchain hearings on Valentine’s Day

nRunaway Comment: Two subcommittees of the U.S. House of Representatives will hold a blockchain hearing on Valentine’s Day next week, focusing on emerging applications of blockchain technology beyond cryptocurrency. As the U.S. Senate recently held a hearing on cryptocurrency regulation, it can be seen that blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gradually becoming one of the main topics discussed by the U.S. government. More government departments may then target Specific research in this area.n
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Valentine’s Day this year, the United States House of Representatives will spend the block chain appointments.n
Two subcommittees of the US House of Representatives Science, Space and Technology Commission will hold a hearing entitled “Beyond Bitcoin: An Emerging Application of Blockchain Technology” at 10:00 AM EST on February 14.n
Frank Yiannas, vice president of food safety at Wal-Mart, will be attending the event; Charles Romine, director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); Jerry Cuomo, IBM vice president of blockchain; Chris Jaikaran, analyst, Aaron Wright, a scholar at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.n
It is not yet clear whether this hearing will be live, but before a similar hearing will be live.n
The two sub-committees are responsible for overseeing legislation and investigations in the field of science and technology. It is noteworthy that the “Research and Technology Subcommittee” has the right to allocate resources for development projects. However, it is unclear what the goals for the hearing next week will be.n
Just a week ago, the U.S. Senate’s “Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Commission” had just held a hearing on cryptocurrencies, and the heads of the CFTC and the SEC attended the meeting. The hearing to be held by the U.S. House subcommittee will focus on the application of blockchain beyond cryptocurrency.n

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