Blockchain Council

Colorado Announces Blockchain Council Final Report to the Community

The Colorado Council for the Advancement of Blockchain Technology Use announced the publication of its final report to the community chronicling the analysis and findings of the appointed Council experts. The Council, which concluded its charge in June 2019, was created by former Governor John Hickenlooper and continued under Governor Jared Polis to assist the state in meeting the challenge and promise of blockchain use in government. Polis’ goal is to establish Colorado as a national hub for blockchain innovation. The report can be found at

The Colorado Council for Blockchain Technology Concludes One-Year Appointment

Following more than a year of work, the Colorado Council for the Advancement of Blockchain Technology Use will conclude its appointed charge on June 6, 2019. The work began by the council will transition to a consortium of state agencies who will contribute to the continued adoption and expansion of this disruptive technology in partnership with the State’s new Blockchain Solution Architect, Thaddeus Batt.

Blockchain Day at the Capitol Highlights Colorado’s Commitment to Disruptive New Technology

Who: Governor Polis, state legislators, industry experts, and member of the Governor’s Council on Blockchain Technology

What: Blockchain Day at the State Capitol

When: Wednesday, February 27 from 8 am to 11 am

Where: First Floor Foyer at Colorado State Capitol 200 East Colfax

Why: Colorado has shown itself to be a leader in the Blockchain space with a thriving business community, large conventions such as ETHDenver and the support of legislators and the governor.