About the BC100+ Steering Committee members:

International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications – INATBA

International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications – INATBA

International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications – INATBALaunched in 2019 by the European Commission, INATBA (the International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications) advocates for blockchain and DLT adoption in Europe and globally. INATBA is known for its credibility with regulatory authorities and policymakers and contributes to Markets in Crypto Asset Regulation (MICA), Transfer of Funds Regulation (TFOR), electronic IDentification, Authentication, and trust Services (eIDAS), CHAISE project, EU Pact for Skills, INATBA’s Governmental Advisory Body, and its diverse global community of CEOs, CTOs, Heads of Policy, Public/Institutional Relations, Legal, Marketing and Business Developers, and Policymakers.


IOTAThe IOTA Foundation is a global non-profit foundation that develops next-generation decentralized technologies for a new digital economy in a connected world. It redesigns the way people and devices connect to share information and value, removing middlemen. The Foundation collaborates with a global ecosystem and partners to research and develop technologies that deliver sustainable, real-world impact. Together, they are shaping a new digital economy, removing unnecessary friction and unlocking human potential.

EPE and Dunia Bora

EPE and Dunia BoraThe EPE is a think-and-do tank whose vision is to collectively regenerate and rewire our planet, ensuring inclusive participation for all. The EPE’s mission is to strengthen Europe’s geo-political role through systems leadership. In an integrated multidisciplinary manner and an interdependent world: with planetary boundaries, inclusive and sustainable finance, and empowering people through technology – in this case, blockchain. As a think tank, the EPE has initiated BC100+; as a do-thank, EPE cooperates with the Dunia Bora Foundation to launch Blockchain for SDGs initiatives in East Africa with the participation of UN agencies. 

RFI Foundation

RFI FoundationEstablished in 2015, the Responsible Finance & Investment (RFI) Foundation is the first nonprofit organization principally dedicated to connecting responsible finance and Islamic finance markets. RFI Foundation is a catalyst that enables financial sector development based on universal principles from responsible and Islamic finance. The RFI Foundation’s vision is a future where all financial markets are guided by equitable, inclusive, and sustainable economic development practices.

Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC)

Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC)The Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) is the world’s largest industry association for the blockchain technology and digital assets ecosystem. Conceived during the Blockchain Summit on Sir Richard Branson’s Necker Island, the GBBC is a Swiss-based non-profit launched in 2017 in Davos, Switzerland with more than 500 institutional members, and 178 Ambassadors from 95 jurisdictions and disciplines. The organization is dedicated to furthering blockchain adoption by engaging regulators, business leaders, and global changemakers on how to harness this ground-breaking technology to create more secure, equitable, and functional societies. https://gbbcouncil.org/

Blockchain for Good

Blockchain for GoodFounded in 2018 and registered in 2021, Blockchain for Good is a nonprofit organization that works to enhance, promote, support, and contribute to fundamental and applied research in digital innovations. It also fosters and supports the sharing of experiences between the blockchain ecosystem and sustainable development actors, and promotes a legislative and normative framework favourable to innovation. The association actively participates in a collaborative and open data directory, maintained by Positiveblockchain.io, that lists impact blockchain initiatives around the world and publishes a global report and 12 analysis reports every two years. 


WadapptWadappt is a marketplace that connects global capital markets directly to people and projects on the ground. By leveraging exciting and secure technology, it creates a positive impact on people, the planet, and our most precious asset: nature. Through its pioneering marketplace, Wadappt gives nature the chance not only to fight back but to fight back in a sustainable manner. Its ‘direct impact nature market’ brings together those creating a positive impact on the ground, with those who seek to fuel this new wave of innovative and technology-backed nature financing solutions. Wadappt believes in action and real change, and its marketplace is driven by trusted actual impact and nature-positive outcomes.


PositiveBlockchainPositiveBlockchain is the open database, knowledge platform, and community exploring the potential of blockchain technologies for social and environmental impact. The association has a mission to build a web of knowledge and support collaboration for technology and social impact enthusiasts willing to leverage blockchain technologies for the U.N. SDGs. The database currently lists about 1300 projects and startups using blockchain technologies for good. Projects are either crowd-sourced or identified and qualified by PositiveBlockchain or its alliance partners comprising associations, universities, or blockchain foundations. PositiveBlockchain is a contributor-based non-profit association registered in Paris and active globally.

Climate Chain Coalition – CCC

Climate Chain Coalition – CCCThe Climate Chain Coalition (CCC) supports Collaboration for Transformative Digital Climate Innovations. The CCC was launched in 2017 with the cooperation of the UNFCCC Secretariat in response to growing interest and the rapid evolution of digital innovations for climate action. The purpose of the CCC is to grow a “big tent” open global multi-stakeholder network to support collaboration among members and stakeholders to advance blockchain (distributed ledger technology) and related digital solutions (e.g. IoT, big data) to help mobilize climate finance and enhance MRV (measurement, reporting, and verification) to scale climate actions for mitigation and adaptation. As of COP27 2022, the CCC has grown to 360+ organizations in 69 countries, including partnerships with both climate and digital communities. 

European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum – EUBOF

European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum – EUBOFThe European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum aims to accelerate blockchain innovation and the development of the blockchain ecosystem within the EU, and so help cement Europe’s position as a global leader in this transformative new technology. Our team closely monitors blockchain initiatives in Europe and globally and provides insights and support for the policy makers in the EU, while offering a platform for all relevant stakeholders to share and exchange knowledge and opinions. The team managing the Observatory consists of the following organisations: Netcompany-Intrasoft, Institute for the Future (University of Nicosia), CERTH, Crystal Blockchain, OpenForum Europe and White Research.