L’Abie reorganizes its business after the two years of the pandemic and draws a new perimeter and an action plan asking for “few but clear rules” for the sector. The new route was outlined by the association of blockchaine companies, a federated member of Confindustria Digitale, after having resolved in the last General Assembly the new composition of the Board of Directors which then renewed the statutory positions reconfirming Giuliano Pierucci as president. “Regulation in the crypto-financial sector is necessary to give compliance to the sector”, President Giuliano Pierucci told Adnkronos, commenting on the path undertaken by Abie, whose Board of Directors is already at work and “has launched a timely Action Plan with important operational objectives aimed “. Pierucci noted that “even technology needs a few clear rules and that they arrive as soon as possible and not when the technology has passed to another generation and when from Italy – due to the absence of rules and standards – those who want to work in this sector it then goes abroad “. Crypto finance, Abie’s number one pointed out, “needs rules and the underlying technology – necessary and valid for use in social processes too – needs standards”. Reiterating the “maximum commitment” of the new Board of Directors, Abie thus reported that “it intends to continue its business with even greater effectiveness than what was done in the pandemic period, to be increasingly active on blockchain and cryptofinance issues” and be a reference “for citizens, for the business world and the professions, for public administration and institutions “. And on all this, the new statutory positions are already at work, which see Ninni De Santis and Paolo Cacurri on the field as vice-presidents and with them Andrea GP Berruto, Lorenzo Comisi, Riccardo Delleani, Pino De Giovanni, Massimo Giuliano and Claudio Giordani. Abie’s new action plan aims in particular “to help the various components of the entrepreneurial fabric to understand when and how the blockchain can bring an important added value in the simplification, management and certification of processes and data in the various ecosystems such as, for example , agrifood, green, energy, logistic, sustainability (Esg). And not only that. The new Abie plan also aims to contribute “to the regulatory activities that the various national and European bodies are urged to define in order to free potential of digital assets in compliance with fundamental principles (anti-money laundering, market protection, environmental sustainability) “and” to help clarify the conceptual ‘misunderstanding’ and untrue news that are often circulated “regarding technical and crypto-financial issues. “We are aware that important work awaits us and that Abie can make important contributions based on competency a and passion “assured Pierucci. The president of Abie also indicated that “associations, and above all Abie, are rich in skills and the desire to contribute, a new operational deal must be put in place to move from conferences to events that serve to guarantee consumers, to facilitate businesses and professions and ensure compliance with the ‘values’ of our social coexistence “. “I am increasingly aware – continued Pierucci – that the blockchain, as we experts have been repeating for some time, is disruptive but makes a very important contribution to processes even in those of the public administration” and “simplifies and certifies processes thanks to smart contact, integrates with the already active digital and does not take away roles “. Indeed, “it supports decision makers, industrial operations and professions in a fundamental way”, Pierucci clarified. (by Andrena d’Aquino)
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