EC-supported blockchain initiative INATBA to launch working groups on identity, finance and more
Thu, 06 Jun 2019, 07:19 am UTC
The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA) held its first general Assembly meeting on Wednesday, June 05.
I was glad to open today’s first General Assembly of the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications #INATBA here in Brussels @juliemaupin We look forward to working with this global initiative for #blockchain #governance and #interoperability @DSMeu @StartUpEU pic.twitter.com/vm3ITSj4xi— Pēteris Zilgalvis (@PZilgalvis) June 5, 2019
Supported by the European Commission (EC), INATBA was officially launched in April with the notary deed signed by 105 founding members.
The initiative aims to bring together various stakeholders – from industry, startups, and SMEs, to policymakers, international organizations, regulators, civil society and standard-setting bodies, to support the mainstream adoption of blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) across multiple sectors.
“INATBA aims to develop a framework that promotes public and private sector collaboration, regulatory convergence, legal predictability and ensures the system’s integrity and transparency,” the EC says on its website.
In a tweet, Dr. Julie Maupin, Director OF Social Impact & Public Regulatory Affairs at IOTA Foundation, announced that INATBA will soon launch its first working groups focused on areas including mobility, energy, supply chain, identity, healthcare, and finance, among others.
Very proud to have just finished chairing the first general Assembly meeting of the International Association of Trusted Blockchain Applications #inatba @INATBA_org excited to launch first working groups soon: #Mobility #energy #supplychain #identity #healthcare #Finance & more! pic.twitter.com/2EXVD08PLU— Julie Maupin (@juliemaupin) June 5, 2019
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