Blockchain Capital joins Facebook’s Libra Association


Geneva, Switzerland – The Libra Association, an independent member organization, is pleased to announce Blockchain Capital as its newest member.

“We’re honored to join the Libra Association and believe deeply in the mission of creating a more equitable payment system. Leveraging blockchain technology to improve financial access and promote innovation has been at the core of Blockchain Capital’s portfolio strategy,” said Bart Stephens, Co-founder and Managing Partner of Blockchain Capital.

Blockchain Capital is a leading blockchain industry investment firm with deep sector expertise and reach. Through their support and advancement of blockchain endeavors across a range of use cases, Blockchain Capital has amassed a network of experts and entrepreneurs spanning a diverse set of industries and geographies.

“As a member of the Libra Association, Blockchain Capital brings deep industry insight and a dynamic network of supporters as we work on building a blockchain-based payment system that supports responsible financial services innovation,” said Dante Disparte, Vice Chairman and head of policy and communications for the Libra Association.

Blockchain Capital joins a growing group of new Association members announced earlier this year. The Libra Association also recently announced the leadership appointments of James Emmett as Managing Director of Libra Networks, Steve Bunnell as Chief Legal Officer, Sterling Daines as Chief Compliance Officer, and Stuart Levey as Chief Executive Officer.