Led by the OECD’s Blockchain Policy Centre the third edition of the Global Blockchain Policy Forum in 2020 will convene online. Originally scheduled to take place 30 September - 1 October, it has been postponed for 16-20 November 2020. It will gather government ministers and senior policymakers, industry leaders, academics, and other stakeholders to:
Discuss the leading applications and significant policy issues confronting the blockchain ecosystem in 2020, including asset tokenisation, central bank digital currencies, and self-sovereign identity
Review the emerging policy responses including through the recent work of the OECD, and share best practices identified across the world
Look ahead to emerging trends in the blockchain industry, and hear from stakeholders on how policy can best support viable and fit-for-purpose innovation and adoption of distributed ledger technologies
For more information about the event, visit the dedicated webpage.