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Joining Forces for Blockchain Standardisation Workshop: 1st December 2022

The European Commission, (and The Governmental Advisory Body of INATBA) and INATBA - International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications are organising an event to unite projects, standardisation communities and EBP members to represent European values and prevent duplicating standardisation efforts. Join us for this global workshop that will consist of presentations and panels to discuss progress made as well as ongoing #challenges and #collaboration opportunities in the #standardizationcommunity 📅 1st December 2022 ⏳ 9 am - 17:30 pm CET Register here to attend: https://bit.ly
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Blockchain & Metaverse – Why All The Hype?

The EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum, in collaboration with INATBA is organising an event to discuss Metaverse and the relevant opportunities and threats arising with this new digital space from the academic and industry perspective. The event will include presentations from academia and the industry as well as an expert panel. The event is planned for the 24th of May at 15.00 CET and you are all welcome to join and contribute to the discussion! Registrations are now open! Click here to be moved to the registration page. See the Event Agenda
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Join the INATBA Event "The Developing Regulatory Perspectives on Digital Assets"

The Developing Regulatory Perspectives on Digital Assets Together with Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), INATBA is hosting a webinar on the topic of The Developing Regulatory Perspectives on Digital Assets. The aim of the webinar is to share best practices to enable efficient global policy development, highlight challenges/opportunities for industry/regulators, and foster dialogue between public/private sectors. When? March 30th, 13.30-15.00 CET Where? This is a virtual event - register to join Please register in advance for the event here.
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INATBA Publishes a Joint Report with the European Commission on Blockchain Standardisation

INATBA, the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications, is committed to serving as a convener of critical conversations on global standards for blockchain and other DLT. Its Standards Committee, co-chaired by Ismael Arribas, Monique Bachner and Gilbert Verdian, works closely with global standards-setting bodies to educate INATBA Members about the critical role of standards and how they can be involved in international efforts. The Standards Committee has hosted numerous roundtables on this topic, including a virtual event on the role of linguistic and cultural barriers in
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