comprising of about 170 members, in 5 membership categories
Each membership Category elected its two board members:
Board of Directors
Delivering its statutory purposes through further bodies:
Board of Directors
Dr. Julie Maupin
Dr. Nina-Luisa Siedler
The Climate Action Working Group supports members and the broader INATBA community to develop a systemic and cohesive "data and digital innovation infrastructure to enhance climate actions”...
Pedro Ramon Lopez Garcia
The Education Working Group develops and structures educational programs that raise awareness among current and future decisionmakers about the possible applications and limitations of blockchain technology
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.
The Working Group contributes to meaningful blockchain and DLT policy recommendations and research by participating in multiple bilateral discussions with regulators as well as with relevant stakeholders and formulating industry leading content.
This Working Group supports INATBA’s efforts 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 technology.
The Healthcare Working Group aims to identify stakeholders and their contributions in healthcare, establish communication with regulators and stakeholders, understand the potential of blockchain for healthcare innovation and outline regulatory elements.
Danny Van Roijen
Mirko De Malde
The Identity Working Group aims at facilitating the exchange of ideas, best practices and domain specific knowledge between the digital identity & blockchain communities, researchers, governments and international institutions.
The Interoperability Working Group acknowledges the disruptive character of the technology and wishes to facilitate topics, enhancements and challenges for interoperability on blockchain.
The Mobility Working Group contributes to the general objectives of the Association by identifying 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.
The Working Group aims at creating a dialogue with Governments at European and Global level to identify the potential and key challenges of blockchain for the Public Sector, share the best practices and find solutions at regional and global level.
The Real Estate Working Group gathers all relevant Real Estate players and speaks with one voice to the European Union and other international governmental bodies on subjects like regulation and policy.
Axel Von Goldbeck
The Supply Chain Working Group will facilitate interaction among logistics providers, OEM, ERP providers, regulators, public institutions or existing blockchain consortia to support and foster the adoption of blockchain technology and blockchain applications in the supply chain industry.