Italy’s Ministry of Economic Development recently published a list of the 30 individuals that the Italian government has tasked with developing the country’s regulatory strategy with regards to distributed ledger technology (DLT) and cryptocurrencies. Among the individuals are alumni of the United Nations, the European Parliament, the European Commission, and the Italian Chamber of Commerce.
Italy Selects Group Tasked With Developing National DLT Strategy
The Italian government has named the 30 individuals it has sought to develop a national strategy pertaining to distributed ledger and related technologies.
The individuals include 10 members of the business community with relevant trade associations to DLT, 10 representatives of organizations, think-tanks and academia, and 10 representatives of trade unions and civil society, in addition to several representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development.
The other individuals named as part of the group are Belardi Tamara, Capaccioli Stefano, Chiriatti Massimo, Cirillo Monica, Comandini Gianluca, Conti Mauro, Damiani Ernesto, Di Nicola Vincenzo, Faini Fernanda, Gabriele Luigi, Giuliano Massimo, Giustozzi Lorenzo, Grottola Renato, Lecca Fabio, Lo Castro Aldo Peter, Mauri Giuseppe, Monaco Marco, Mosco Gian Domenico, Nastri Michele, Nava Gilberto, Pimpinella Martino Maurizio, Ricci Laura Emilia Maria, Sarzana Salvatore Fulvio, Savioli Massimo, Tenga Federico, and Vitale Marco.