8th StandICT.eu 2023 Walk & Talk Webinar - Emerging DLT Standards - Connecting the networks

Scope of the event

Blockchains and DLTs are foundational architectures emerging in both technical interoperability and global enterprise contexts. The expectation that distributed ledger technology can deliver peer-to-peer, trust-based services in the low-trust environment of disintermediated global digital trade is ambitious. The added expectation that DLTs also meet oversight, regulation and compliance requirements relating to multiple trade territories, nation state and federated contexts is game-changing. This is the context in which technical standards are being written. 

The global perspectives presented here, lend depth and insight into the success, opportunities and barriers to blockchain and DLT acceptance. We discuss where we are on the roadmap to global, ubiquitous adoption. Are DLTs fundamental to the world wide web of global trade? Does applied game theory work in cooperative multi-party enterprise? Or is the Metaverse the Tragedy of the Commons write large? 

Time & Date

11:00 - 13:00 CEST, Thursday 05 May 2022

Who Should Attend

Blockchain stakeholders from national/local authorities
Researchers and academics in Blockchain fields
ICT specialists and professionals working in the Blockchain & DLT domain
Representatives of standards developing organisations
Representatives of national standards associations
Blockchain Hubs & Networks

Fiona Delaney (Moderator) - CEO AT Origin Chain Networks; Co-editor ISO TR6277 Data flow model for DLT use cases and EUOS Blockchain TWG Chair.  

Hui Ding -Secretary IEEE-SA P2418.10 Blockchain-based Digital Asset Management

Kyeong Hee Oh -Project Leader of ISO 23257 Blockchain and DLT (Reference Architecture) & Representative of TCA Services

Sudha E Iyer -Expert contributor ISO TC 307 Blockchain and DLT

Ismael Arribas - CEO at KUNFUD; Co-founding member of INATBA; Convenor at ISO TC 307 WG3 Smart Contrast and their Applications; EUOS Blockchain TWG Co-CHair

Thu, 05/05/2022 - 11:00 - Thu, 05/05/2022 - 13:00
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