The Blockchain Association of Uganda in partnership with the Central Bank of Uganda’s Finance Markets Development Committee (FMDC) have organized a Blockchain and Crypto Assets workshop.
The event, themed “Framing a Conducive Policy for Blockchain Technology and Crypto Assets in Uganda,” is aimed at providing a platform to better understand blockchain and crypto assets and the entire ecosystem.
The aim of the workshop is to deliver on the following objectives:
According to the event preamble shared with BitcoinKE:
“The workshop shall delve deeper into the current trends related to appropriate policies for blockchain and crypto assets in Uganda and discuss other associated topics such as KYC, AML, and regulatory sandboxes in Uganda. This workshop is in line with 2 of FMDCs objectives which are to strengthen the regulatory and supervisory framework within the financial sector and to expand the use of technology delivery channels & strengthen financial infrastructure to promote innovation.”
The workshop is looking to bridge the knowledge gap amongst both financial authorities and general public interested in investing in crypto assets. The workshop includes industry experts, financial sector regulators, and various stakeholders in the public and private sector that interface, or will interface with blockchain technology.