The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA) has created a new event series entitled “MiCA goes Global”.
According to the association, the series was created to be the next step in its work on the EU Commission’s Regulation of Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) and the Prime Pilot Regulation (PRR).
Each event in the series, says INATBA, will explore blockchain and crypto-asset regulation in a specific region and consider what the adoption of MiCA might mean for these regulations. INATBA will also share insights on best practices learned from the past months representing the voice of the industry in policy discussions with government stakeholders.
“We will be partnering with local trade associations and industry bodies to co-host each session, currently including Australia, the US, the Middle East and Africa. Sessions will feature speakers from European and local governments as well as private sector representatives,” said INATBA.
The first event in the series, “MiCA Goes Global: Australia” will take place next week on 23 June at 9:00 CEST (17:00 AEST) and will be co-hosted with Blockchain Australia. Speakers include Steve Vallas, the CEO of Blockchain Australia, Chloe White, Australia’s Former National Blockchain Roadmap Lead and Marc Taverner, Executive Director of INATBA.
For more information see the INATBA Events programme.