31 May 2020
May Newsletter of the European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum

Observatory 1.0 concludes its work

On 6 May, 2020, we held the final workshop of the first iteration of the Observatory. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the workshop was held online, where some 300 people logged in. The purpose of the workshop was to look back at the Observatory’s work, to take stock of blockchain in Europe today, as well as to look forward to the future. You can get the full details below:

May Newsletter of the European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum

#EUBlockchain publications

In May we brought our thought leadership series to a close with a flurry of publications. These included the following thematic reports:

We have also been catching up on olders workshop reporting with the following publications:

  • Energy and sustainability workshop: Blog (short overview), Workshop Report (detailed report with links to slides and videos).

In June we will release our final publication, which will be a review of all of our work over the past two years. We will announce this in a special edition newsletter when it is ready.

Thank you!

As always, we would like to thank everyone who has been active in contributing to the Observatory. None of this would be possible without the participation of all of you in our community.

With best regards,
The EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum

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