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White House science office calls for comments on its digital asset research agenda

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The administration of United States President Joe Biden is continuing to elaborate its National Digital Assets Research and Development Agenda.

In a request for information (RFI) dated Jan. 26 and previewed by the Federal Register, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) invites comments to help it identify agenda priorities.

Individuals and organizations may submit comments of no more than ten pages in length by March 23. The White House announced the creation of the agenda in September among the large number of next steps after its unveiling of the “first-ever” Comprehensive Framework for Responsible Development of Digital Assets.

As such, the new agenda is part of the spate of crypto-related research activity initiated by the president’s Executive Order (EO) on Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets issued in March.Related: Regulators and industry leaders react to Biden‘s executive order on cryptoThe RFI said the agenda sought to “shape a whole-of-government effort” to develop digital assets and distributed ledger technology.

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