Unified Definition of Social Impact For the Blockchain Sector

Common definitions provide the sector with a basis for a joint understanding. To do so in 2022 the SISWG, in cooperation with members of the GAB of INATBA, reviewed different social impact definitions and derived a social impact definition for the blockchain sector.  We believe that a common definition of social impact is crucial to…

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Social Impact Model for Small and Medium-Size Blockchain Projects

The SISWG of INATBA has been working on addressing some of the challenges highlighted in the report Blockchain for Social Impact published in September 2021. One of the main challenges encountered and presented in the report was the difficulties experienced by small and medium-sized projects when trying to showcase the impact of their actions. Understanding…

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Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading Task Force Report

Find the report download form at the bottom of this page As the energy sector faces unprecedented challenges and opportunities, we are witnessing important innovations in market structures and business models driven by four key forces: decarbonisation, deregulation, digitalisation and decentralisation. Specifically, leveraging the potential of IT infrastructure and distributed ledger technologies (DLTs), several innovators…

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Industry views on solutions for eID in Europe. Event Follow-Up

On 8th July, the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA) organised a panel discussion on the topic of Industry views on solutions for eID in Europe as part of a hybrid event Blockchain: A key enabler to innovation in Europe and the world organised in Brussels by the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum and…

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MiCA & TOFR Concluded – Measuring INATBA’s Impact

Finally, the world’s most impactful regulation on crypto assets is a reality! Over the past two years, INATBA has been active on the Markets in Crypto Asset Regulation (MiCA). This was arguably the most important regulation that the Finance WG has worked on during that time, since it is the first international regulatory regime that shall…

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INATBA’s Privacy Working Group Publishes 2021–2022 Edition of the Report on Data Privacy Regulations in the Blockchain Ecosystem

Find the report download form at the bottom of this page Around the globe, different privacy-related regulations apply, but how do these various regulations impact blockchain technology? Which jurisdictions are the most favourable for technology applications and which are the most limiting? Through the involvement of leading international privacy experts, the Privacy Working Group of…

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INATBA Publishes Policy Notes on Crypto-asset Regulatory Sandboxes (Part 4 of 4)

INATBA is the global convener of the blockchain ecosystem, with 170+ members dedicated to promoting global adoption of blockchain and DLT technologies by bridging the gap between policymakers and industry stakeholders for mutually beneficial conversations. INATBA has 6 Working Groups, each dedicated to a specific niche within Blockchain. The Finance Working Group is set up…

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Blockchain and the Climate Adaptation Imperative: Social Impact and Sustainability Working Group publishes its latest report

With a growing set of climate change-induced impacts affecting human and environmental systems, adaptation to these changes is increasingly needed. However, society in general is mostly unaware of the required actions beyond mitigation. Stakeholders lack a ‘toolkit’ that provides resources on analytical, financial and operational technologies, particularly related to adaptation. This is particularly true for…

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INATBA Publishes Policy Notes on Non-Fungible Tokens (Part 3 of 4)

INATBA is the global convener of the blockchain ecosystem, with 170+ members dedicated to promoting global adoption of blockchain and DLT technologies by bridging the gap between policymakers and industry stakeholders for mutually beneficial conversations. INATBA has 6 Working Groups, each dedicated to a specific niche within Blockchain. The Finance Working Group is set up…

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