Incubated through the Open Identity Exchange, the Distributed Ledger Foundation (DLF) is a technology agnostic, non-profit organization composed of business, academic, and legal thought leaders. The foundation is dedicated to establishing the highest standards of trust and governance for distributed ledger technology (DLT). The DLF and its members work together to jointly fund and participate in research and education programs and project initiatives.
Be the global center of excellence on the application of distributed ledger technology (DLT). It achieves this by upholding the highest standards of integrity, trust, and governance of this transformative technology through education, research, policy advocacy, and legal expertise.
Support legislation that strengthens accountability and governance of applications of DLT, and provide proactive, public assessment of any pending legislation which may impact.
Provide thought-leadership, education, and support in the development of best practices and standards for ensuring the speed, security, and fairness of applications of DLT, as well as establishing the trust frameworks that will be critical to their success.
Advocate for the implementation of member intiatives.
The DLF team
The DLF aims to be a global resource for its members and policymakers, and to provide awareness, information and education on business, legal, and technology issues surrounding decentralized networks.View press release
Membership classifications provide participation and/or leadership benefits commensurate with your organization’s role in the community and financial commitment. Annual membership fees in USD are shown in the table below: