INATBA Members Champion Blockchain Applications at COP26

INATBA at COP26

INATBA was proud to have two members present as part of the UN Climate Change Conference, COP26, in Glasgow. The side events were organised by the European Commission, streamed to thousands of participants around the world.  INATBA Social Impact Working Group Co-Chair Presents Development of Measurement Framework for Social Impact Projects Co-Chair of INATBA’s Social…

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INATBA Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Blockchain Association Singapore

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Brussels, 12 November 2021 – Blockchain Association Singapore and INATBA (International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications) have signed an MoU launching a partnership to mutually advance the global blockchain ecosystem and benefit both organisations’ members. INATBA and Blockchain Association Singapore (BAS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a partnership that will advance both…

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CHAISE Project Brochure Highlights Mission of Program

INATBA is a proud partner of the CHAISE project, where the organisation will be contributing to the development of a pan-European blockchain skills strategy. Find an overview of the project, its mission and partners in the new CHAISE brochure below.  

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INATBA Welcomes 11 New Members from Across the Blockchain Ecosystem

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INATBA is proud to announce that eleven new leaders in the blockchain ecosystem have joined as new INATBA Members over the summer period. Below, find some background on each of our valued members and the great work they are doing in the industry. Malta Digital Innovation Authority – MDIA: MDIA is the primary Authority responsible…

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INATBA Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Blockchain Australia

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Brussels, 2 August 2021 – Blockchain Australia and INATBA (International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications), have signed an MoU to establish a partnership to help advance the global blockchain ecosystem.  INATBA and Blockchain Australia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that unites the organisations’ similar goals and establishes a partnership for blockchain and DLT advancement…

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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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