Monday December 28, 2020 2pm EDT – Blockchain for Legislators with Tyler Lindholm


South Carolina Blockchain is pleased to host this educational event exclusively for South Carolina Legislators.  

 Tyler Lindholm is the former Majority Whip of “The Cowboy State” Wyoming Legislature.  As the Co-Chair of the Wyoming Blockchain Task Force from 2018-2019, he was instrumental in getting numerous enabling laws passed, and therefore directly responsible for why the state is celebrated for its forward-thinking legislation by the crypto and blockchain industry.  

Lindholm was recently named State Policy Director for Senator elect Cynthia Lummis:

 Forbes magazine wrote of him on August 30, 2020:

 There is likely no state legislator who fully understands every aspect of blockchain law as Lindholm does, which makes him an extremely valuable commodity for jurisdictions around the world.

Looking for some information on Blockchain?  What is it?

Check out this excellent and brief graphical resource by Goldman Sachs.

Or this article by Vitalik Buterin (a founder of Ethereum) on “The Meaning of Decentralization.

If a podcast fits your schedule better, this three part series by Patrick O’Shaugnessy from Fidelity called “Hash Power” is good listening for your commute.

This will be a Zoom meeting.  Why are we asking you to register?  For enhanced security.  Upon registration you will receive a welcome email with the link to the online conference.  After joining the conference, you will be added to the call by the Host.  

OUR HISTORY originated out of the efforts of our sister organization, PalmettoChain Inc., which was set to sponsor the 1st annual South Carolina Blockchain Conference in March 2020.  Due to COVID-19, the conference was postponed; however, the content scheduled for the conference lays the foundation of the virtual seminar and educational platform now hosted by

Separately, PalmettoChain continues to focus on advocacy and legislative initiatives to promote a conducive regulatory framework for blockchain-enabled technologies, primarily cryptocurrencies and coin offerings, which represent a critically important foundation and functionality underpinning future blockchain business solutions.

Our Volunteers & Staff

South Carolina Blockchain is a community of collaborators who are fascinated by the promise of the 4th industrial revolution.

Mark Driver


Mark is a serial entrepreneur with a background in banking, financial technology, supply chain, and management consulting.

Dennis Fassuliotis


Dennis is a low country real estate investor with a passion for networking, cryptocurrencies, and collaborative learning

Jessica Baker

Digital Media Strategist

Brent Zionic

Web Architecture and Technology Lead

Matt Sofley

Advisory Board Member and IT Consultant

Jonathan Dunsmoor, Esq.

Advisory Board Member, Legal Adviser and Blockchain Evangelist

Craig Ratliff

Advisory Board Member and Blockchain Technology Consultant

Eric Thome

Advisory Board Member and Investor Community Liaison