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Working Groups

Education

The starting point is the key necessity to develop and structure educational programs that ensure that current and future decision makers are aware of the blockchain technology and its possible and not possible applications.

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Energy

Focused on creating a global platform for standardisation, information exchange and harmonisation of the energy blockchain ecosystem that will help accelerate the development and acceptance of solutions to aid the modernisation of the energy sector.

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Finance

The Working Group would like to contribute to a meaningful and
sustainable blockchain and DLT development in the financial market
and globally, by sharing knowledge, conducting research, and
integrating relevant stakeholders into discussions

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Governance

This Working Group’s purpose is to support INATBA to reach its
objective according to Art. 2 sec. 2.a) of the Articles of Association to
promote a transparent and inclusive model of governance for
blockchain and other distributed ledger...

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Healthcare

The Healthcare working group aims to define stakeholders and their contributions in Healthcare technology, establish channel of communication with regulatory bodies, understand the potential of blockchain to enable and improve regulation in healthcare...

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Identity

This WG will facilitate the exchange of ideas, best practices and domain specific knowledge between blockchain technology providers, scientific researchers, governments and international institutions, for the purpose of supporting and...

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Interoperability

The first generation of blockchains were specifically designed for a particular use-case e.g., digital money. Instead of forking Bitcoin, the second generation of blockchains build a new ecosystem where decentralize applications...

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Mobility

In addition to the general objectives of the Association, the Mobility Sectoral Committee should look into the specific challenges that the mobility sector will have to face and it should thus enable the development of more efficient processes for mobility-related data sharing.

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Privacy

Privacy regulations and their unclarity with regard to blockchain, are currently a big limiting factor in the development of distributed systems and networks. As regulators currently work on the assumption client-server architecture...

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Public Sector

Public Authorities and Governments around the world are rapidly expanding their exploration and use of blockchains for a variety of uses. In the future, centralised authorities could become less relevant in the context of blockchain technologies

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Real Estate

The Real Estate working group has the intention to gather all relevant Real Estate players and speak with one voice to the European Union and other international governmental bodies on subjects like regulation and international projects.

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Social Impact

Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies have big potential and offer a unique set of tools to tackle some of the most pressing issues humanity is facing. Among them: climate change, donations & charity, food traceability, health, education and digital identity

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Supply Chain

The Supply Chain working group will facilitate interaction among Logistics providers, OEM, ERP providers, Regulators, public institutions or Existing blockchain consortia for the purpose of supporting and fostering the adoption of blockchain technology

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