Italy, MiSE list of blockchain experts has been published
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Italy, MiSE list of blockchain experts has been published

By Marco Cavicchioli - 27 Dec 2018

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The official lists of experts selected for the groups that will work on the development of national strategies on artificial intelligence and technologies based on distributed ledgers and blockchain have been published on the website of the Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MiSE).

The selections were made on the basis of criteria of proven competence and experience and strictly pertinent to the sector of reference, of clear relevance in technology, business, legal and scientific fields, as well as a proven ability to effectively disclose the needs and demands of stakeholders or the reference body.

The objective of the MiSE is to deepen these technologies to encourage the increase of public and private investment in these directions.

The first meeting of the selected experts will be held in January 2019, while the two National Strategies, once elaborated, will be submitted for public consultation.

Minister Luigi Di Maio said:

The numerous and qualified expressions of interest received in the selection of expert groups demonstrate the wealth of knowledge and experience related to emerging technologies we have in Italy. I would like to thank all those who have expressed their willingness and I am sure that together with the selected experts we will be able to build crucial strategies for the development of our country in the name of innovation“.

The working group on blockchain and distributed ledgers also includes, among others, Massimo Chiriatti, a technologist who also collaborates with Il Sole 24 Ore and Cryptonomist, Stefano Capaccioli, accountant and legal auditor expert in cryptocurrency, and Federico Tenga, co-founder of Chainside and BlockchainEdu.

There are several professors and university researchers, engineers, lawyers and experts in law, some administrators of important Italian projects in the field of crypto, developers and disseminators.

The complete list of 30 names, in alphabetical order, includes: Giorgio Angiolini, Marcella Atzori, Tamara Belardi, Francesco Bruschi, Stefano Capaccioli, Massimo Chiriatti, Monica Cirillo, Gianluca Comandini, Mauro Conti, Ernesto Damiani, Vincenzo Di Nicola, Stefano Epifani, Fernanda Faini, Luigi Gabriele, Massimo Giuliano, Lorenzo Giustozzi, Renato Grottola, Fabio Lecca, Aldo Peter Lo Castro, Giuseppe Mauri, Marco Monaco, Gian Domenico Mosco, Michele Nastri, Gilberto Nava, Martino Maurizio Pimpinella, Laura Emilia Maria Ricci, Salvatore Fulvio Sarzana, Massimo Savioli, Federico Tenga and Marco Vitale.

 

Marco Cavicchioli
Marco Cavicchioli

Class 1975, Marco teaches web-technologies and is an online writer specializing in cryptocurrencies. He founded ilBitcoin.news, and his YouTube channel has more than 11 thousand subscribers.

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