November 30, 2018, The Financial Commission today announces Etheralabs as its newest Blockchain Association approved member. The company joins a growing list of digital asset firms that are committed to upholding the highest standards of commercial honor and best business practices in the crypto and Blockchain space.
Member firms provide their current and future customers the opportunity to have any issues that arise from transacting in digital currencies to be examined and reviewed by the Blockchain Expert Committee. By doing so, association members contribute to a new self-regulatory process to resolve issues with their customers that have never previously been offered by regulators or other self-regulatory organizations.
Blockchain Association member firms also have the unique opportunity to consult with industry experts, legal and compliance professionals and fellow association members on how to solve common issues arising from the physical exchange of digital currencies by customers, storage of digital assets on the Blockchain, as well as questions about regional regulations and compliance in key global markets where digital currencies are in very high demand.
Etheralabs is a New York City based venture lab and ecosystem that invests in, builds, and deploys disruptive technologies across the Blockchain landscape. Our acceleration model lays the foundation for taking promising IP from both concept to company and from revenue to profitability. Our processing cycle culminates with a fully functioning portfolio venture that is ready to attract follow-on funding, an acquisition partner, or operate as a standalone company. We follow an intensive model, premised on a fundamentally different approach to IP development. Etheralabs fast-tracks ideas into solutions that help high-growth companies with a focus on capital appreciation and scale via early stage identification and accelerated resource deployment.
About Financial Commission
Founded in 2013, the Financial Commission is a leading independent member-driven external dispute resolution (EDR) organization for international online brokerages that participate in global foreign exchange (forex), derivatives, and CFD markets.
Financial Commission provides efficient compliance solutions to its members, alongside its External Dispute Resolution (EDR) mechanism that serves as an effective channel for processing complaints from clients of member firms.
To find out how the Commission is expanding efforts into self-regulation and transparency for the digital currencies and Blockchain markets, please visit the Blockchain Association page of our website.