Webinar: Talks about the Uncertain Promise of Blockchain for Government - 21 January 2021

08 January 2021 - Published by Evite van Winkoop
On the 21st of January 2021, the BLING project organizes a webinar on the OECD paper 'The Uncertain Promise of Blockchain for Government'. Together with experts from the field, author Juho Lindman will discuss his paper. A ticket for this webinar is free of charge.

Get ready to join us! Blockchain technology, when specifically and appropriately applied, may hold significant potential for the transformation and innovation of public policies and services. This sums up nicely what the BLING Interreg - BLockchain IN Government is trying to find out by means of experimenting with pilots and use cases.

The BLING project is organising a free webinar "Talks about the uncertain promise of blockchain". Juho Lindman, one of the authors of the recently published paper by the OECD on 'The Uncertain Promise of Blockchain' will discuss his paper with experts from the blockchain field.

The Experts

Tom Kettels of the EU Blockchain project TOKEN, Andreas Hartl, head of the AI division at the ministry of economic affairs and energy of Germany, Peter Verkoulen, manager of the Dutch Blockchain Coalition and Ben Welby, Policy Analyst in the OECD’s Digital Government and Data Unit will together with Juho Lindman, associate professor and director of the blockchainlab at the Gothenburg university discuss the recently published paper by the OECD. Shimeng Zhou is analyst at Sweco in Sweden and she will moderate this webinar.

Practical information

This webinar will be organized on the 21st of January 2021 from 15:00-16:30 CET via the platform Zoom. You will receive the access link after registration via the link below.