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Sebastian Vos Named Co-Chair of Global Blockchain Business Council Working Group

March 28, 2019

BRUSSELSSebastian Vos, partner and co-chair of Covington’s Public Policy Practice, has been named co-chair of the Global Blockchain Business Council’s Legal and Regulatory Working Group.

The Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) is the leading trade association for the blockchain technology ecosystem and brings together innovative organizations and thought leaders from over 40 countries to advance understanding of Blockchain technology amongst global regulators and business leaders.

Sandra Roe, CEO of the GBBC, said: “As blockchain technology continues to develop, it is crucial that the industry and world at large understand and respond accordingly to the resulting regulatory and legal demands that arise. Through keen legal minds and business drivers, we aim to provide the guidance and education that is crucial for the easy adoption of blockchain.”

Mr. Vos added: “Regulators’ interest in blockchain technology is increasing, and the GBBC will play an important role in bringing together the blockchain business community and government regulators to facilitate dialogue about the potential of the technology and educate both sides about the key challenges each faces. The Legal and Regulatory Working Group will serve to deepen our collective understanding of the importance of blockchain technology as the 21st Century’s trust infrastructure.”

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