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Meeting schedule: Biweekly, Fridays at 3 PM UK time. See the Calendar of Public Meetings for the next meeting time.Meetings
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Next Meeting: Dec 4th - Vipin Bharathan -
Rationale for CBDCs, design choices, challenges - Central Bank Digital Currency
CBDC ( Central Bank Digital Currency ) is one of the major factors that can change the landscape in finance, trade and commerce forever. While most crypto does not work for the majority of commerce scenarios, CBDC may drive big changes. Vipin is a thought leader and leading architect in many domains including Finance, Trade and Digital Currency. Do not miss the opportunity to understand CBDC and how it may impact your business and work.
Vipin has 35 years of experience as a developer, development manager, Product owner and Project manager in many different domains, including insurance, embedded systems programming, cryptography, payment systems, media, fx trading and fixed income. For the last five years he has been working as a blockchain strategist and advisor. Vipin has been involved with Hyperledger since its inception; now he is the chair of the Identity WG and founder and chair of the Capital Markets SIG. Vipin is the founder of dlt.nyc. Vipin has contributed to Corda, DAML and EEA/Quorum. Most recently, he launched two projects in Hyperledger labs: eThaler, a wholesale CBDC and xcsi: an interoperability solution. Vipin is currently working with Digital Currency Global Initiative, an ITU (ITU is a UN Special Agency) project; as vice-chair of the Interoperability workstream.
Meeting on Nov 20th has been cancelled
Past Meeting: Kaliya Young, the Identity Woman - The Domains of Identity
Kaliya shared information about her book. The Domains of Identity: a framework for Understanding Contemporary Identity Systems. The book defines sixteen coherent yet comprehensive categories of interactions which cause personally identifiable information to be stored in databases.
Here is a link to the core domains that is Creative License.
An excellent session providing a comprehensive view of your identity, personal data, relationships, domains. This session will highlight important issues around identity and personal data access, ownership and governance. Whatever your role is, the session will be very useful.
Kaliya Young is widely known as "Identity Woman" and is the author of the Domains of Identity (2020), a book that she wrote while at the University of Texas at Austin working on her Master of Science in Identity Management and Security degree (2017). In 2019, she travelled to India for two months as a New America India-US Public Interest Technology fellow to study Aadhaar their national ID system. She has worked for the past 15 years to bring about the creation of a layer of identity for people based on open standards. In 2005 she co-founded the Internet Identity Workshop and continues to co-host co-convene the event twice a year. She currently serves as a co-chairs two working groups in the field (Interoperability and Secure Data Store) and is a community manager at large in the field. She consults with Governments, NGO’s, Startups and Enterprises on decentralized identity technologies.
Public Sector Group Overview
Jim Mason, Blockchain Practice Leader, Sky Web Team & Paramount Software Solutions, email@example.com
Anjon Roy, Vice President of Market Development at SIMBA Chain, Anton Anjon Roy - Linkedin
Hyperledger Point of Contact: Dr Marta Piekarska, Director of Ecosystem, Hyperledger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Hanna C. Norberg, Founder & CEO, TradeEconomista, email@example.com
Saptarshi Choudhury, Director Emerging Technologies, Paramount Software Solutions, firstname.lastname@example.org
Charter and FAQ
The activities of the Public-SIG include:
identifying related use cases, current pilots, and proofs of concept;
sharing stories of successes, failures, opportunities, and challenges;
exploring cross-cutting concerns like security, privacy, and identity in government contexts;
identifying existing or needed common critical software components that would serve the particular needs of the public sector;
identifying conferences or other opportunities to connect face to face, as well as submit talks or present as a group at an event.
This activity will be automatically recorded in email archives when conducted over the mailing list. When this activity is conducted in other media, it will be captured as notes or other formats and posted to the list (so it is archived), or possibly to the Hyperledger Wiki. This activity might also be turned into reports from the Special Interest group (recommendations to the rest of Hyperledger, for example) or other kinds of content (blog posts, content for publications, etc).
|The Public Sector SIG is prohibited from performing or engaging in any form of lobbying or attempts to influence government policy-making or regulatory processes. It is also not intended as a platform for procurement of services.|
The initial work product will be a set of documents which analyze the space of government and regulatory use cases for blockchain technology. This will be an inventory of example use cases which captures common government processes, which may suggest applications that are built or could be built using software being developed at Hyperledger. The public-sector-sig may also host in-person meetings intended to accelerate the Special Interest Group's mission.
Presentations and other resources:
|Netherlands||The Legal Aspects of Blockchain UNOPS|
|Drummond Reed / Sovrin Foundation||Self Sovereign Identity|
|Metropolis / UCLG (United Cities and Local Government||Blockchain - A tool for Metropolitan Governance|
|Applications in Blockchain|
|Agency for Digital Italy||Transforming Digital Government|
|General Hyperledger Presentation:|
|The Legal Aspects of Blockchain||Topics include a general overview for policymakers on what is blockchain.|
|Blockchain Case Study - Smart Dubai|
|Blockchain Industrial Alliance (Platform Dev)||Lessons from Blockchain adoption in the public sector of Uzbekistan. Based on the case studies Kindergarten Admissions & Education Certificates|
|Blockchain Industrial Alliance (Platform Dev)||Blockchain platform for the Public Sector of Uzbekistan: overview, questions and discussions.|
|EnerBlock LLC||Blockchain enabled Virtual Power Plant for Distributed Energy Resources|
Use Case Inventory
|Dr. Hanna C. Norberg Founder & CEO, Trade Economista|
Unblocking the Bottlenecks and Making the Global Supply Chain Transparent: How blockchain technology can update global trade
|DIGITAL TRUST project, British Columbia, Canada||DIGITAL TRUST project presentation|
Verifiable Organizations Network, British Columbia and Ontario, Canada
Verifiable Organizations Network (VON) started by the governments of British Columbia, Ontario, and Canada
|List of Blockchain Projects in International Development||https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/|
|Blockchain in Government Tracker- Database|
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Hyperledger Code of Conduct Notice
Treat each other with respect, professionalism, fairness, and sensitivity to our many differences and strengths, including in situations of high pressure and urgency.
Never discriminate on the basis of personal characteristics or group membership.
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