The Government Blockchain Association (GBA) is an international non-profit professional association headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia. GBA focuses on its members as individuals and organizations that are interested in promoting blockchain technology solutions for government, but does not advocate any specific political position. Membership is available to government employees along with student organizations, private sector professionals, and corporations. Membership dues do not apply to government employees.
GBA cultivates professional workflows among technologists, public policy makers, application specialists, and those who want to learn about new and emerging digital currencies. In addition, GBA acts as a catalyst in creating a public dialogue about the creative, profitable and positive use of blockchain technology.
Land Titling Working Group The Land Titling Working Group
explores blockchain technologies to address land titling and registration processes around the world.
Group members identify and study real estate use cases, pilot programs, and other solutions implemented in a variety of countries with the goal of reaching out to government institutions at the municipal, state, and federal levels to 1) educate, 2) recommend, and 3) consult and assist with the implementation of Blockchain solutions in their respective jurisdictions.
Volunteer members, from the public and private sectors, are developing a communication platform to create strategies and tactics in the implementation of Blockchain technologies within property registration systems around the world.
Articles, news, documents and related materials for this working group are kept in a repository/library (for members of the Land Titling Working Group only).