A Future of Innovation in Distributed Ledger Technology
The IOTA Foundation works with regulators and policy-makers to provide legal certainty to those who want to use IOTA technology.
Technology is evolving and the legal system must adapt to tackle the regulatory challenges that come with it.
The IOTA Foundation has the expertise to work with governments and organizations on new laws and regulations.
New and emerging technologies such as DLT mean that governments must develop new legal and regulatory approaches that encourage innovation while protecting the interests of the public.
DLT offers new tools for governments and policymakers to deliver public and government services. But, this technology also brings complex challenges around data protection, data privacy, and liability.
The IOTA Foundation is engaging with thought leaders from academia, civil society, business, and government to find solutions to these challenges. We advocate for sensible regulatory frameworks that support sustainable and responsible innovation.
Public dialogue helps the wider community to understand complex DLT-related issues.
To support this dialogue, the Regulatory Affairs Team delivers public lectures and engages in discussions on the legal and policy implications of DLT across different media.
Compliance ensures the legitimacy and widespread adoption of DLT. Our regulatory affairs team:
Tracks legal developments as they emerge, helping to maintain legal compliance.
Stays up-to-date on existing and future laws, preempting change, and staying ahead of the curve.
Publishes legal analyses and commentaries.
INATBA is a European Commission hosted group convened to identify the right conditions for DLT to flourish.