This Task Force will assess existing use cases and examine the role of corporate and consortial collaboration as well as the input needed for standardisation in major industries: Energy, Automotive, Production and Circular.
Just before utility tokens become regulatory compliant with MiCA in 2024, we want to summarise the capabilities of blockchain tech and its suitability, especially related to EU policy goals and initiatives, like Digital Product Passports, Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and incoming ESG reporting requirements.
• Create a corporate and consortial blockchain tech adoption map.
• Generate a list of advanced blockchain capabilities, technical solutions, and modules beyond MVP stage: token incentivisation, tokenisation for financing, and cyber security enhancement through decentralisation.
• Create a coherent overview of blockchain’s current status and its suitable applications, along with suggestions for upcoming projects and sector-coupling. Discuss the synergy of blockchain and other technologies in public (e.g., EBSI, EUIPO) and private sector ventures (e.g., Catena-X).
Align industries with fast-evolving blockchain and AI technologies, boosting innovation and competitiveness.
Guide industries in adapting to upcoming regulations through informed blockchain integration strategies.
Foster cross-industry collaboration for more effective and cohesive technological solutions.
Equip decision-makers with a coherent overview, aiding informed choices in future tech adoption, including blockchain and AI.
Accelerate innovation by facilitating expert collaboration, expediting cutting-edge solutions.