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Working Group

The Standardisation Committee promotes transparent and inclusive DLT governance and cooperation via liaison with stakeholders, informs policy and regulatory development through close dialogues with policy-makers and regulators, and promotes convergence of standards and policies through cooperation and building blockchain partnerships to accelerate deployment for the benefit of society and economies.

 

Why is it valuable to the members?

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We are engaging with key topics in the dynamic regulatory space of identity

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We have a Liaison category A in ISO TC307 and ITU-T.

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We maintain relationships with core regulatory, standardisation, and market stakeholders around the globe to facilitate blockchain governance.

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We combine the work of technologists with the know-how of policymakers and subject matter experts in our events and discussion formats.

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We are engaging with key topics in the dynamic regulatory space of identity

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We have a Liaison category A in ISO TC307 and ITU-T.

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We maintain relationships with core regulatory, standardisation, and market stakeholders around the globe to facilitate blockchain governance.

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Membership prices

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category
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Fees
Micro< 10≤ 2 m≤ 2 m1000 €
Small< 50≤ 10 m≤ 10 m2 500 €
Medium< 250≤ 50 m≤ 43 m4 500 €
Large≥ 250> 50 m> 43 m15 000 €
Not-for-profit
organisations
The above categories and membership fees (according to size and financial
capacity) are also applicable for not-for-profit organisations.

Note: All numbers always refere to the entire Global Group / Company

What does the group do?

Training/awareness about different standards distinguishing “de facto” and “de iure” standards.

Consultancy from members to the Standardisation Committee members, identifying the areas of interest for members' projects and conformance areas. “To train you and be trained by you.”

Mapping of different standards through different technologies (library in conjunction with EUOS)

Contributions in the standard editing areas in different standardisation bodies through the liaisons.

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What is the WG's vision?

Harmonisation of standards to ensure interoperability, generate trust in and help ensure ease of use of the blockchain technology (IEEE Blockchain).

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What is the WG's vision?

Contribute to the development, harmonisation, adoption, and implementation of high-quality international standards and guidance on the blockchain. Promoting the value of blockchain experts and the European Standardization Rolling Plan .

Co-chairs

Gilbert Verdian

Gilbert is a business Innovator and Technology visionary with global experience in delivering change in security, technology and business strategy to achieve tangible business results within global enterprises and Governments worldwide. He’s actively working to advance technology in the areas of AI, Cybersecurity, Blockchain and Fintech.

Ismael Arribas

Is is an accredited expert for different Standardization Bodies like ISO, TC 307 and Convenor in Wg3 for Smart Contracts and their applications, liaison officer between TC 307 and TC 292 Security and Resilience; CEN-CENELEC JTC 19 liaison officer with ETSI ISG PDL and awarded at FG DLT in ITU-T, contributing at DCGI and liaison officer in ITU-T SG 16 about Multimedia for INATBA.