The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) of the Government of Malaysia is developing Malaysia’s National Blockchain Roadmap.
The first workshop was held on 27 November 2020. Output of that first workshop will be made available for discussion in this second workshop. This is planned as a zoom virtual event on 13 (full day) and 14 (half day) January 2021.
Foreign Experts Welcomed
This workshop is opened to non-Malaysian citizens/residents. Participants are welcomed to share their expertise and experiences in Blockchain, especially in roadmap or strategy development. Those interested to participate can register via the following link https://forms.gle/ZpxHjrgZ42cA9sFWA .
Preparation and Workshop Process
Pre-workshop materials and other details will be emailed after the registration closing date 8 January 2021.
Participants are NOT required or expected to make any presentation (with or without charts). The workshop facilitator will be making the introductory presentation. The pre-workshop materials will be covered. The introductions will set the workshop scene, context and process. This is then followed by question and answers on the presented materials and the workshop process. Participants will then be assigned into groups to breakout zoom virtual rooms to discuss, moderated by facilitators.
Participants will then reconvene into the main zoom virtual workshop. Each group’s nominated presenter will present the group’s summary, followed by questions and answers. The facilitator will then summarise and wrap-up.
The workshop will discuss roadmap strategy issues, use cases relevant to Malaysia’s priorities with main focus on Trade Facilitation and Government use cases. Other matters include governance, non technical challenges, risk management and pre-requisites.
1. Malaysia is UTC+8. Foreign participants may have difficulty to participate full time for the one and a half days workshop. Participants are still welcomed to participate in whatever time windows suitable for them. They can join in and blend with the flow of the workshop.
2. Participation is voluntary and no fees for consultation or participation or similar services will be paid by the Malaysian Government.