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International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications
INATBA offers public and private developers and users of DLT a global forum to interact with regulators and policymakers and bring blockchain technology to the next stage.
INATBA facilitates positive change in the blockchain ecosystem. We are dedicated to supporting and promoting our Members as part of our work to bridge public and private entities and promote global blockchain adoption across diverse fields such as law, finance and education.
Who We Are
full members across
Our Government Advisory Body includes
Our Academic Advisory Body includes
from more than
countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe
around the world
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Social Impact and Sustainability
What We Do
Located in the heart of Europe, the global blockchain association INATBA serves as the bridge between public and private entities in the blockchain ecosystem:
INATBA maintains a permanent and constructive dialogue with public authorities and regulators for global convergence of regulatory approaches. In doing so, INATBA works to promote an open, transparent and inclusive global model of governance for blockchain and other distributed ledger technology infrastructures that reflect the shared interests of Member and Advisory Board stakeholders. In line with the goal of reaching global blockchain adoption, INATBA supports the development and adoption of interoperability guidelines, specifications and global standards for the development and acceleration of trusted sectorial blockchain and DLT applications in specific sectors.
Our Task Forces
Bridging INATBA Members with the broader blockchain ecosystem, INATBA task forces convene important voices from different sectors for solutions on new or emerging topics
The MiCA task force gathers industry feedback to respond to the European Commission's proposed crypto-assets regulation
GO-P2P Energy Trading
Energy Trading task force is a joint effort with GO-P2P to study standardisation gaps around
DLT-enabled energy trading