The EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum says the purpose of the ask-me-anything session on June 18 will be to discuss its future plans for circulating cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
The EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum is gearing up to host a discussion about its future plans with cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
On Monday (June 10), the organization, which was launched by the European Commission earlier this year, announced that it will be hosting an online ask me anything (AMA) 90-minute session on June 18.
Discover the agenda of our coming Ask me Anything session on Blockchain ! June 18th @ 6pm CEST. Ask your questions now using #AMAblockchain@EUBlockchain
More information: https://t.co/WMxUZHHeJWpic.twitter.com/kKiBrwHKAD
— EU Blockchain (@EUBlockchain) June 11, 2018
According to the announcement on its website, part of the AMA agenda will address questions related to: what blockchain technology is and what it’s used for and what can be expected in the years to come, among other things.
The European Commission launched the EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum in February, which was backed by the European Parliament represented by Jakob von Weizsacker. The purpose of the EU Blockchain Observatory is to play an “active role” in helping Europe grasp opportunities facilitated by blockchain with an initiative of investing €340 million in blockchain by 2020. The EU Commission has already been funding blockchain projects through research programs since 2013, the announcement read.
“It will enable cross border cooperation on practical use cases, bringing Europe’s best experts together and promoting an open forum for blockchain technologists, innovators, citizens, industry stakeholders, public authorities, regulators and supervisors, to discuss and develop new ideas in order to learn,” the Observatory’s launch announcement said.
For those interested in the AMA session, the Blockchain Observatory said that questions can be tweeted by using the hashtag #AMAblockchain to its twitter handle @EUBlockchain.
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