22 November 2018

Official Newsletter of the European Union Blockchain Observatory & Forum - November 22, 2018

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#EUBlockchain publications

Check out our latest workshop report: Scalability, interoperability and sustainability (Brussels, October 2, 2018)

Our EU Blockchain Map now also counts close to 450 projects! The initiative is intended to support a better understanding of the blockchain technology and innovation landscape by dynamically mapping existing blockchain projects, initiatives and events in Europe. Let us know about your projects easily using this form.

#EUBlockchain events

A workshop organised by the Observatory & Forum is coming soon:

Workshop on Blockchains & Smart Contracts Legal and Regulatory Framework - Paris, December 12

To join us, you can register using this link.

And recently in Brussels we were delighted to host group members from across all Europe, for our Workshop on e-Identity on November 7.

#EUBlockchain Online Community

Our online community has been quite active in recent weeks. Here are some of the posts that caught our attention:

As always, if you want to monitor the conversation or have your say, you are invited to join our online community.

We look forward to seeing you there! Inputs from this community of 1000+ members have a major role in shaping the workshops and publications of the EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum.

Thank you!

None of this is possible without the active contribution of many of you. 

Thank you!

The EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum

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