Working Group Standards Committee - INATBA
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Other Working GroupsThe Standards Committee promotes harmonisation of DLT governance and cooperation
through stakeholder liaison, policy development through dialogues with regulators,
and promotes convergence of standards and policies to accelerate deployment for societal
and economic benefit.
Standards CommitteeWORKING GROUPSWORKING GROUPSStandards CommitteeThe Standards Committee promotes harmonisation
of DLT governance and cooperation through stakeholder
liaison, policy development through dialogues with regulators,
and promotes convergence of standards and policies
to accelerate deployment for societal and economic benefit.
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Purpose

Ismael_Arribas

Kunfud

Ismael Arribas

Co-Chair
Luke_Riley

Quant Network

Luke Riley

Co-Chair

The Standards 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 to accelerate deployment for the benefit of society and economies.

 

Objectives

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 member’s projects and conformance areas. “To train you and be trained by you.”

• Mapping of different standards through different technologies (library in conjunction with EUOS) https://www.standict.eu/euos.

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

• Coordinate workshops and seminars.

Outputs

DLT Standardisation: A Comprehensive Report on Current Efforts and Future Directions

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Joint report from INATBA and the European Commission on Blockchain Standardisation

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Roundtable: Lost in Translation: Culture and Language as a Barrier to Global Blockchain Infrastructure

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Why is it essential?

The group is engaging with key topics in the dynamic space of standards. It has a Liaison category A in ISO TC307 and ITU-T. It maintains relationships with core regulatory, standardisation and market stakeholders around the globe. It combines the work of technologists with the know-how of policy makers and subject matter experts in our events and discussion formats. It has achieved significant contributions to the discourse on blockchain standardisation since it started in 2019.