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The Boston Blockchain Association Celebrates a Very Productive Year

Last Week’s Summary (Part 1)


The Institutional Digital Assets Forum brought together institutional investors for a day of discussion around industry regulation and the merging of TradFi and DeFi. The sold-out event, co-sponsored by TABB Forum and the BBA, was highly rated by attendees and sponsors like Willkie Farr, Circle, Odgers Berndston, CipherTrace, BDO, BSO, and the TIE. Once again, thanks SO much to Bruce Morris and Doug Campbell with TABB and Heidi Pickett with the TIE for the original idea last summer. Also, great work to Mimi Almeida—the BBA special events director—who ran a flawless event at District Hall. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Watch the VIDEO RECAP. Whether you attended or not, please like, comment, and repost. We have big plans for impacting the institutional digital assets space in 2023. Community engagement in the media is ALWAYS appreciated.

Boston institutional digital assets forum

PS. Look for the student-led recap of the #BostonIDAF panel discussions to follow next week.

Last Week’s Summary (Part 2)

The Boston Blockchain Association’s holiday party was an incredible celebration of all we achieved together in 2022. Sponsored by Fidelity Investments, it brought together friends old and new from across the Boston blockchain ecosystem including Chain Reaction, Fintech Women, Women in Blockchain, Student Groups, and others. A huge thanks to Rae Payson, Blockchain Community Manager, and FCAT for making this our most memorable holiday party so far!

Holiday party photos


Three timely articles on institutional digital assets in the context of last week’s forum:

  • How we can regulate stablecoins now—without congressional action
  • How to improve regulation of crypto today—without congressional action—and make the industry pay for it
  • Why Cryptoassets Are Not Securities

Careers in Blockchain

Looking for a career in blockchain? Do you need great blockchain talent? If so, check out the Blockchain Jobs section of our newsletter and website.

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If you’re a blockchain professional looking for your next job, check out the Boston Blockchain Association Network. We post a curated list of blockchain positions in the Boston area. New jobs are constantly being added, so there’s sure to be something suitable to your talents.

Fidelity requires a VP Blockchain Product Solutions Leader and a Staff Engineer (Crypto/Blockchain/Defi). Goodwin needs a Technology Companies Blockchain Associate – Mid/Senior-Level.

Job seekers are encouraged to submit CVs, while employers can list job openings. For employers, we welcome links to your job postings. For employees, send us links to your online resumes and cover letters. Contact us at with the subject line “JOBS.”

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