Blockchain also arrives in politics. This is why the initiative of the European Commission “INATBA” (International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications) was launched. As a founding member, we are delighted to be part of this great journey. COCUS CEO Oliver Hüttig and Sascha Hellermann were on site in Brussels and spoke to the founders.
What is INATBA?
The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications is an effort to create the necessary regulatory framework for blockchain and DLT within a European framework. The use of decentralized technologies is in the foreground for this purpose. The new European Communication initiative is working together in 27 EU Member States with 105 founding members to find answers to blockchain and related issues. As a result of various roundtables, forums and discussions within the EU Commission to develop an appropriate strategy to promote blockchain technology and distributed ledgers.
COCUS looks forward to working with the European Commission and is excited to see what the future holds.