Blockchain and its underlying distributed ledger technology have the potential to fundamentally transform a wide range of industries and markets. The Global Blockchain Policy Centre is exploring the benefits and risks of blockchain for economies and societies, beginning to identify good policy and regulatory approaches, and investigating uses in specific policy areas.
OECD Global Blockchain Policy Forum, 28-29 September 2022
OECD Recommendation on Blockchain and other DLT adopted at 2022 Ministerial Meeting
Blockchain at the frontier - Impacts and issues in cross-border co-operation and global governance
Competition policy in the digital age
Blockchain knows no borders: How can global governance meet the challenge?
Jean Michel Godeffroy talks to Consensys about central bank digital currencies
Heather Dahl on digital credentials and privacy in the time of COVID-19
Leanne Kemp looks at what it will take to solve the blockchain conundrum
Simon Chantry describes trends in central bank digital currencies in the interconnected future
Ran Zhao profiles the blockchain ecosystem in China
The development potential of remittances using blockchain technology in Nepal
Regulatory Approaches to the Tokenisation of Assets
Opportunities and challenges of blockchain technologies in health care
The uncertain promise of blockchain for government
Antitrust and the trust machine
Blockchain for SMEs and entrepreneurs in Italy
New digital technologies to tackle trade in illegal pesticides
Can blockchain technology reduce the cost of remittances?
Blockchain for SMEs and entrepreneurs in Israel
The tokenisation of assets and potential implications for financial markets
The policy environment for blockchain innovation and adoption