How does one legislate controls for technologies and business models that are still evolving in the markets without killing innovation and investment? How can we redesign pending and emerging regulatory standards to promote technological adoption and still address cybersecurity and privacy concerns? As blockchains and smart contracts get integrated into government operations, public servants and regulators will have the ability to access and analyze huge amounts of real-time detailed transactional data. Policymakers will need to agree on how much data regulators will be able to access and how to standardize, normalize and contextualize that data by time and event. Creating frameworks for partitioned and/or permissioned access, by design, can shift regulators from simple monitors to a role as an advisor on transactions. When your government becomes an industry partner, blockchain identity monitoring solutions at a federal level can save your financial services industry time and money in client due diligence. These are the policy strategies that can enable your country to become a global leader in data transactions.