What are the EU institutions doing to lead on Distributed Ledger Technology?

by Annie Scanlan on 06 Sep 2018

Distributed Ledger Tech in the EU thumbnailDistributed Ledger Technology (DLT), sometimes referred to as blockchain, is coming under increased scrutiny by policy makers in the EU institutions. We have produced a one page guide highlighting the key initiatives which companies using DLT should be following.

If you would like to discuss how you can keep up to date on the latest developments in the EU's efforts to lead on DLT and how to engage with them the please get in touch.  

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Topics: Digital Single Market, Financial Services Regulation, European Politics, Blockchain, Big Tech, Economic policy, Fintech, Annie Scanlan

Annie Scanlan

Written by Annie Scanlan

Annie provides monitoring and analysis to online platforms and e-commerce clients, and writes a weekly newsletter on the accommodation sharing sector.

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