One of the largest non-profit trade associations is moving forward to encourage blockchain adoption globally. In a recent release, the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA) is all set to launch the Enterprise Solutions Working Group (EWG).
WSBA and the Excitement About the Launch
WSBA’s website claims that “it is a non-profit trade association” and a brainchild of financial market professionals built for financial market professionals. The firm embraces blockchain technology all around by regularly engaging with policymakers, regulators and technology innovators. The new group will be headed by Chief Andrea Tinianow, Esq, who is a Chief innovative officer and Executive Vice President for Global Kompass Strategies, a US-based firm. He is also behind the development of Delaware Blockchain Initiative which is, however, the first blockchain initiative in the row of government activities.
Chairman of the WSBA, Ron Quaranta, excited about the launch,
“We are very excited to launch the Enterprise Solutions Working Group, as it ties together the groundbreaking work that the organization is already undertaking with practical, tangible, and actionable insights that our members can use to ‘make blockchain real’ within their organizations. Furthermore, we are honored to have Andrea serve as the inaugural chair of this important body, as there are few individuals in the space more experienced and driven than she. I am sure that our members will greatly enjoy working with her.”
The Work Mechanism of EWB
The EWB will work in collaboration with other bodies of WSBA which may include Legal, Accounting, Crypto Assets, and Product & Technology Working for Groups. With EWB, experiments on key concerns will be taken care on crucial topics like governance, technology alternatives, business models, technical aspects of implementations and obtaining support from stakeholders. However, the meeting would conduct twice a week to discuss the possible issues and challenges that may come across while implementing blockchain technology. Moreover, the conference aimed at sharing the lessons learned from the real-life examples as well as the takeaways among the group and organization all over.
Chair of the EWG, Andrea Tinianow explains WSBA and EWG,
“The WSBA is an outstanding resource for advisors, practitioners, and developers in the blockchain space. I am excited and privileged to lead this important group into what promises to be a critical year for blockchain technology adoption within financial services. The EWG will be a forum for members to share experiences, exchange ideas and collaborate on related projects in support of the successful implementation of blockchain technology at the enterprise level.”
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