Welcome to Our Crypto Legislation Advocacy Portal
Right now across the country, there is cryptocurrency regulatory policy being considered at the federal, state, and local levels that will likely determine the future of the digital currency and blockchain markets.
Who’s not represented in those discussions?
You, the consumer retail investor!
To ensure that you have an opportunity to make your voice heard in the upcoming 2023 legislative year here are some of the cryptocurrency advocacy tools we have created:
- Regular legislative updates on crypto regulations
- Blockchain legislation tracking tools
- Local advocacy and outreach guides
- Calls to action at the local, state, and federal levels
- Online activism toolkit
Active Cryptocurrency Advocacy Campaigns
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Get Involved & Shape Crypto Regulations Today
The first important thing we can do is to let our elected representatives in Congress know that their constituents are aware of the cryptocurrency regulations being considered right now and that they are tracking the actions their representatives take.
Step 1 – Track Crypto Legislation in your State
Step 2 – Contact Your Legislators
Once you know what’s going on in your state, you can contact your local and federal elected officials. You can quickly look up your reps using this tool:
The email format for a member of the Senate or their staff is FIRSTNAME_LASTNAME@SENATORLASTNAME.senate.gov. The email format for a member of the House or their staff is FIRSTNAME.LASTNAME@mail.house.gov.
We’ve provided a sample script to give you an idea of what to say, but you should customize it with your own personal messaging along with comments on any active legislation in your state found in step 1.
Step 3 – Reach Out Online
Most people don’t realize this but almost every legislator has an intern that tracks all of their mentions on social media so they can try what topics constituents care about what their critics are saying and what their opponents are saying about them.
That’s why it’s important that after you call your Congressional Representatives Office in step 2 you also get online and “say hello” to them on Twitter.
Feel free to type out your own or you can use the sample language and hashtags below:
Hey @[insert candidate’s Twitter handle]: Will you work with @DCTAorg to ensure that digital currency regulations protect everday consumers like me and not private interests? #CryptoVotes #CryptoVotes2022 #DCTA
You can also share the following to show your support for DCTA and our mission:I support @DCTAorg and practical digital currency regulations that will protect consumers and retail investors like myself over big banks and private interests. #CryptoVotes #CryptoVotes2022 #GOTV2022 #DCTA Click To Tweet
Step 4 – Become a Member
While there are many trade groups representing crypto interests, DCTA is the first group focused specifically on retail users and consumer protections. We make all our core advocacy tools and resources available for everyone to use at all times.
We also run on user memberships and donations. If you agree with our mission or want to support the work we’re doing you can sign up to be a member. Members get:
- Access to our detailed monthly legislative updates
- Input on our monthly call to develop policy priorities for legislators
- Awesome DCTA swag
- Priority access to live DCTA events
- To support an organization advocating for their individual rights
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