Once again, another month has passed and we’ve continued to strive to do what we do best.
We’ve published the 6th issue of the JBBA, and have already received some fantastic feedback. From Tel-Aviv to Stanford, from Sydney to Mumbai, from London to Mexico - journal hard copies has been sent to over 175+ universities and libraries, enterprises, research hubs, think-tanks, policymakers and thought-leaders around the globe. Work is already underway for the next edition in early 2021 so stay tuned for updates in the near future.
Last week, we hosted our first-ever CEBB Africa summit with keynote talks from The Commonwealth Secretariat and Harvard Business Review, among other esteemed speakers.
Finally, I was delighted to see the agriculture and farming industry exploring the Evidence-Based Blockchain's PCIO Framework. We are currently helping and advising many blockchain enterprises on how to use the framework in their blockchain projects. We welcome European Commission's latest report on Blockchain for Social Good, co-authored by two of our BBA and JBBA advisors, that laid strong emphasis on the importance of Evidence-Based evaluation of blockchain projects by senior decision makers.
We’re now into the final quarter of 2020, which has been a year like no other. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you (virtually) at the ISC2021.
Until next time,
Dr Naseem Naqvi
FRCP FBBA MAcadMEd FHEA MSc (Blockchain & Cryptocurrency)
President, The BBA
Editor-in-Chief, The JBBA
Founding Chair, Centre for Evidence-Based Blockchain CEBB
6th Issue of JBBA Published!
We’re delighted to announce the publication of the *6th* Issue of the Journal of The British Blockchain Association earlier this month!
Congratulations to all authors and a very special thanks to our editors, reviewers and academic partners!
Print copies of the journal are being sent to policymakers, regulators, fintech corporations, all major banks, world’s leading universities, DLT research hubs, and members and partners of the BBA, worldwide.
Centre for Evidence Blockchain hosted its first Africa Summit on 21 October, with Keynote talks from Dr roger Koranteng of The Commonwealth Secretariat London, Professor Ndubuisi Ekekwe of Harvard Business Review, Dr Naseem Naqvi of the BBA and Dr Solomon Uwagbole, Regional CEBB Advisor for Nigeria.
Key quote: 'Evidence Based application of Blockchain is vital, and BBA is doing some important work to advance better science,' says Dr Roger Koranteng, Head of Public Sector Governance at The Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
The summit was a huge success. We look forward to working closely with the African blockchain enterprises, start-ups and organisations to advance evidence based practices.
JBBA continues to publish world-class infographics for its authors. These infographics add tremendous value and visibility to the work of JBBA authors, makes the paper more discoverable, and enhances its reach and global impact.
Check out the latest infographic, designed by the Centre for Evidence Based Blockchain:
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