The Brussels-based International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA) has joined the World Economic Forum’s COVID Action Platform which brings together the World Health Organization (WHO), corporate CEOs and top experts from leading global organisations to coordinate multi-stakeholder contributions into the fight to combat the global spread of coronavirus.
According to a post from INATBA director Marc Taverner:
“This is an excellent example of how INATBA’s members collaborate and leverage their combined skills and expertise from multiple sectors to support public-private efforts to address the diverse set of challenges facing governments, business and society today.”
“During this unprecedented period of global turbulence, INATBA is proud to lead an ecosystem that is capable of innovating at high speed and leveraging emerging technologies such as blockchain to improve the global systems and services that people need to use and trust every day.”
“INATBA will continue to work hard to support and represent our members as we all adapt to the rapidly evolving global pandemic and its consequences. To this end, our team are exploring new and innovative models of operation which reflect our global circumstances.”
Members of INATBA include Siemens, Ripple Labs, Swift, L’Oreal, IBM Belgium, Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, Deutsche Börse, Deutsche Telekom, Fujitsu, Consensys, Bbva, And many others.