EXPLODING BLOCKCHAIN MARKET
The Tennessee Blockchain Alliance acts as a liaison between interest groups, blockchain industry representatives, the banking and legal industries, investors, government officials and the general public. Tennessee has a unique and brief opportunity to attract investment from that industry before it diffuses into other jurisdictions. The time is now.
The blockchain industry has grown too fast for state legislatures to keep up. In the resulting vacuum of uncertainty, blockchain businesses are waiting for governments to recognize their needs and concerns. We will package these needs and deliver them to government officials, inviting success to Tennessee and the blockchain industry.
The blockchain industry is actively looking for a hub in the United States.
Because the industry remains fairly new, alerted states have the unique and brief opportunity to attract investment from that industry before it diffuses into other jurisdictions. Recognizing these market conditions, the Tennessee Blockchain Alliance is promulgating a comprehensive action plan to help the blockchain industry, state and local government officials meet, forming a partnership that will bring jobs, technology, and investment dollars to the state while simultaneously providing blockchain businesses, investors, and inventors with the sandbox jurisdiction they need to grow and thrive.
The alliance has been established under section 501(c)6 of the tax code – a non profit association dedicated to the promotion of business methods and issue advocacy for blockchain-centered entrepreneurs, investors, inventors and stakeholders.
CLASS A MEMBERS
Class A Members compromise the governing body of the Alliance and may designate one (1) indicate to the Board of Directors. The Board may convene for weekly conference calls and initial meetings to discuss and determine organizational priorities, develop a roadmap of draft legislation/standards and sign off on budget and expense matters. Class A Members are entrusted with the voting rights to determine Alliance action. Class A Members pay an initial fee of $5,000. Subsequent dues will be determined by the Board.
CLASS B MEMBERS
Class B Members can participate in monthly phone calls, in-person meetings, and voice their opinions in a non-voting capacity on the organizational priorities and direction of the Alliance. Class B Members pay an initial fee of $1,000. Subsequent dues will be determined by the Board.