WELCOME TO GOVERNMENT BLOCKCHAIN ASSOCIATION

Government Blockchain Association (GBA) promotes blockchain technologies by empowering individuals and organizations to connect, communicate, and collaborate to solve public sector challenges around the world.


Next GBA Conference (click the link below)

The Future of Money, Governance, and the Law

January 27, 28, 2022

 


Subscribe to GBAs Echo Event Series

On Thursday, 02/04/2022, EZ-XPO and GBA are hosting a virtual Fintech Deep-dive as an echo event to the future of money governance and the law.
This will be the first of 4 Virtual Events designed to expand on the information presented at GBA conferences.

GBA members get 30% off all echo events with discount code “GBA30”
Register today! Discount code valid for a limited time.

Learn more about the echo event series
Register for the echo event series


Impact of Cryptocurrency Adoption on Governments

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Cryptocurrency Maturity Profile

Crypto metrics along with the most recent GBA working paper

Join The Community That Is Changing The World

Government Blockchain Association (GBA) is an international nonprofit association helping government, public sector professionals, and organizations around the world to understand, implement, and benefit from blockchain technology related technologies and capabilities.

Members have the opportunity to engage in thought leadership and are empowered to become subject matter experts. GBA members are encouraged to join Working Groups and Communities of Interest to collaborate with other professionals while being at the forefront of introducing blockchain technology to the public sector.

GBA is an international membership network that includes:

  • Thousands of members from government and blockchain technology and cryptocurrency industries;
  • Over 90 chapters around the world;
  • Delivering education, training, and certification, such as the GBA Blockchain Consulting Certification;
  • Establishing best practices that promote blockchain technology-related solutions by working with governments to help solve challenges and to meet missions to better serve citizens; and,
  • Producing current blockchain technology-related content, such as blogs and white papers, that are made available to the public and private sector.