10XTS has entered into a partner relationship with the Government Blockchain Association (GBA), a global non-profit consortium of individuals and organizations that are interested in promoting blockchain-related solutions to government requirements.
GBA creates relationships that would otherwise not come about – between and among technologists, public policy makers, application specialists and those who simply need to understand the new and emerging digital currencies that will change the world. GBA will act as a catalyst in creating a public dialog around the creative, profitable and positive leveraging of blockchain.
Robert Slater, 10XTS COO, is former Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) program manager with extensive ties to the US Department of Defense. “We are excited to lead this effort in our region as an opportunity to promote and pursue blockchain projects across the entire landscape of government applications”, says Slater. In particular, Dayton represents opportunity for new innovation through Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, where AFRL is located.
10XTS will coordinate and plan a series of meetups in Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus, Ohio, to engage stakeholders in government subdivisions and agencies around government and civic applications of blockchain application networks.