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IOTA & INATBA Together To Address Social Challenges
Inviting the IOTA Community to share initiatives so we can make an impact together.
TELL US ABOUT YOUR PROJECT SO WE CAN MAKE AN IMPACT TOGETHER — THE SOCIAL IMPACT QUESTIONNAIRE!
In the previous year, IOTA Foundation became a founding member of the International Association of Trusted Blockchain Applications along with 100 other leading organizations. The initiative is an outgrowth of the EU Blockchain Industry Round Table, a European Commission-hosted group convened to identify the right conditions for DLT to flourish. Since then, the INATBA Social Impact & Sustainability Working Group (SI&S) WG has focused its efforts on identifying projects and organizations that aim to create positive social and environmental impact with the help of Distributed Ledger Technologies.
The SI&S-WG prepared a survey in order to map and analyze the “Blockchain for impact” ecosystem and identify the challenges met by projects when using Blockchain to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Combined with preliminary research the SI&S has done already, the insights of the survey will be published in a report later this year and brought to the attention of INATBA members, regulators, policymakers, as well as the broader community.
We invite everybody in our community to participate in the survey and provide insights about your project(s), as well as challenges and opportunities you would like to see brought into the spotlight.
Answer the survey here!
Officially launched on April 3, 2019, the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA) is a multi-stakeholder organization aimed towards bringing together distinct actors within the field of distributed ledger technology (DLT) and fostering an open and collaborative space to advance the development and use of DLT.
Composed of more than 160 member organizations spread across fourteen distinct working groups, alongside governmental bodies and key figures ...
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