INATBA Elects New Working Group and Committee Co-Chairs

Brussels, 21 July – The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA) is proud to announce the election of 28 new Co-Chairs who will lead the INATBA Working Groups and Committees.  INATBA has 15 Working Groups and Committees, spanning the following topics: Education, Energy, Climate Action, Social Impact, Finance, Public Sector, Privacy, Identity, Standards, Real…

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INATBA Hosts Global Conversation on Blockchain for Climate Action with Climate Ledger Initiative

On 15 June, the INATBA Climate Action and Governance Working Groups joined Climate Ledger Initiative for a roundtable discussion on their recently co-published report, “Blockchain for Climate Action and the Governance Challenge.”  This report has been dedicated to one of the report’s authors, Sven Braden, who passed away shortly after the report’s publication. The speakers…

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INATBA Signs MoU with VC Hub Italia

Brussels, 30 June 2021 – VC Hub Italia and INATBA (International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications), are joining forces with an MoU with the goal of contributing to knowledge sharing on the development of the global blockchain industry. VC Hub Italia is a non-profit organisation that works to promote the development of venture capital and…

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INATBA Announces Global Event Series Focused on Blockchain and Crypto-Asset Regulation

The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications has seen positive movement on a number of its policy positions in the European Commission’s proposed MiCA regulation and will host a series of events spotlighting the global impact of the regulation.  BRUSSELS, Jun 15 — Today, the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications announced its progress on…

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INATBA Policy Position on DLT Pilot Regime (PRR)

Ahead of the announcement of a new MiCA and PRR-centered event series, INATBA is releasing its policy position on the two proposed regulations from the European Commission. These positions contain insights from INATBA’s 170+ members. The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Application (INATBA) welcomes the European Commission’s proposal for DLT Pilot Regime; we have been…

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INATBA Welcomes Six New Members from Across the Blockchain Ecosystem

INATBA is proud to announce that six new leaders in the blockchain ecosystem have joined as new INATBA Members over the past month. Below, find some background on each of our valued members and the great work they are doing in the industry! deltaDAO: DeltaDAO is the first engineering, integration and consulting company that is…

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INATBA Welcomes Eight New Members from Across the Blockchain Ecosystem

INATBA is proud to welcome eight leaders in the blockchain ecosystem as new members in the past month. From education platforms to supply chain management solutions, we encourage you to learn more about each of their roles in the blockchain ecosystem below. George Z. Georgiou & Associates LLC is a Cypriot law firm consisting of…

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Earth Day 2021: A Discussion on Climate Adaptation

With insights from Bara Greplova, Future Energy Foundation, Joerg Walden, iPoint-systems gmbh, Khalid Belghiti, Scrypt Media, Jo Bronckers, FIBREE, Ira Feldman and Karl Schultz, Climate Chain Coalition What is climate adaptation and how does it differ from climate mitigation? A common conception about climate change is to (only) think about, in tandem, coal-fired power emissions…

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INATBA Welcomes Ten New Members from Across the Blockchain Ecosystem

INATBA is proud to welcome ten leaders in the blockchain ecosystem as new members over the past few months. Below, find some background on each of our valued members. From decentralised exchanges to law firms, we encourage you to learn more about the great work they are doing in the industry.  Nyctale: Nyctale works to…

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INATBA Real Estate Working Group Launches Land Registries Survey

INATBA’s Land Registry Sub-Working group is assessing the state of understanding of blockchain technology by land registry officials in the European Union. Your responses will help us understand your perceptions of blockchain adoption and its eventual implementation. The survey objective is to gain an understanding of land registry officials’ blockchain technology awareness, map and analyse…

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