Australia will be hosting the worlds first International Blockchains Standards Meeting in Sydney, April 2017, on the formation of Standards around Blockchains and Digital Currencies.
Blockchain Australia Board Member Alan Tsen and Nick Addison from FinHaus Labs have been working on the submissions to date and will be heading up the work in Australia and at the upcoming RoadMap Workshop on Feb 17th in Sydney.
The road mapping exercise is designed to identify key stakeholder issues and to develop a priority list of standards for development to support blockchain technology.
All relevant Australian stakeholders are invited to participate:
• Take the Blockchain Standards Roadmap Survey (closing date 10 February 2017)
• Attend the Blockchain Standards Roadmap Workshop (17 February 2017)
These activities will shape the Blockchain Standards Roadmap Recommendations Report to be released on 28 February 2017. The Blockchain Standards Roadmap will provide recommendations for Australia’s strategic leadership on International Blockchain Standards, by identifying issues and use cases, defining standards development work streams and developing a draft work program for consideration by the International Blockchain Standards committee ISO/TC 307.
The Standards Australia Survey of Blockchain/DLT closes in 2 days
Please take the survey if you want to have your say on the standards roadmap.