According to a Dec. 11 press release, the two blockchain advocacy organizations entered a strategic partnership to boost educational efforts in the field of digital assets and blockchain-based technologies by promoting their understanding, acceptance and use.
Interoperability initiatives and regulatory considerations
As part of the initiative, the parties’ staff will get access to their respective token-related efforts, which will subsequently enable joint participation in the EEA’s Working Groups and Token Taxonomy Initiative (TTI), and the Chamber’s Token Alliance. The entities will specifically focus on token interoperability initiatives and regulatory considerations.
Ron Resnick, executive director at EEA, pointed out the need of active engagement and collaboration with the blockchain community in order to deliver real-world value through tokenized enterprise solutions, while Perianne Boring, founder and president of the Chamber, admitted that the adoption of digital tokens faces a variety of challenges in…
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Author: Ana Alexandre