At Blockchain and CryptoAsset (K) Ltd., we continue to engage in regular consultations with various stakeholders within and outside the industry (including governments, regulators and crypto project developers) with a view to developing constructive and productive long-term relationships. This enables us, as an entity, identify trends and emerging challenges which currently, or in the future, could impact our business. Listening to both stakeholder concerns and feedback also acts as a valuable source of information to direct our business model.
Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya
Engaged with ICPAK to identify and explore the potential and possibilities of blockchain within the Kenyan context and how the accounting profession at large can leverage its expertise and experience in utilising blockchain to better businesses and the national economy.
ICPAK is mandated to, among other functions, promote research into accounting and finance and related matters as well as advise the relevant government bodies in Kenya on matters relating to financial accountability in all sectors of the economy.
For a copy of the engagement email John at email@example.com
Capital Markets Regulatory Sandbox
Engaged in consultations with the Capital Markets Authority (Kenya) Sandbox Review Committee as part of the application process for participation in the Capital Markets Regulatory Sandbox.
The mandate of the Capital Markets Regulatory Sandbox is to provide tailored, coordinated and regulatory support dedicated to the sandbox project and ecosystem. Specifically, the sandbox is aimed at businesses looking to set up within the Fintech space in Kenya as well as those taking advantage of other emerging technologies and business concepts.
For full details see https://sandbox.cma.or.ke/
Kenya National Taskforce on Blockchain Technology
As part of the Kenya National Taskforce on Blockchain Technology, John engaged with and reviewed proposals presented by the various stakeholders including those by the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA), Safaricom Ltd., Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) and Kenya Bankers Association (KBA).
The taskforce was mandated to explore technologies, including blockchain technology, that can be instrumental in enhancing public service delivery while promoting efficiency within the private sector, The aim is to help both government and the private sector better plan and optimally utilise resources with a view to transforming Kenya's economy and alleviating the systemic problems of unemployment, corruption, insecurity and poverty.
For full details see https://www.ict.go.ke/blockchain.pdf
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