Configure Docker to always use self-signed certificate

Our company is using SSL decryption within our network for security reasons.
I am aware of how to resolve self-signed certificate issues for containers, by adding the relevant certificate to the correct path. There is a lot of discussion about this, especially in the context of WSL and Docker with Windows.

I was wondering if there is a way to configure docker-engine to always use a self-signed certificate for anything that runs under its hood.

This would safe me a lot of time, because currently I have either to go through the whole “adding self-signed certificate to x” process for each container/service or to disconnect from the company network for building the images.

Since I am not expert on what really happens deeply behind the scenes of docker, I am asking this question which may not even make sense. Any hint in the right direction would be appreciated though.