Our Working Groups

 

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If you are interested in contributing to our working groups, please contact the ITSA Secretariat (secretariat@itsa.global).

 


PWG1 - ITIN  PWG2 - ITC  PWG3 - Tokenbase

 

 

 

PWG1 – ITIN

 

Description

 

PWG1 supports and advises the ITSA Secretariat on the development and implementation of ITIN as token identification standard. The working group will thus focus for instance on technical aspects of ITIN, the ITIN issuance process, and on strategies for the implementation of ITIN through partnerships with exchanges and token issuance platforms. As ITSA participates in the ISO Working Group on the development of a globally accepted Digital Token Identifier (ISO TC 68/SC 8/WG 3), the Working Group Head of PWG1 will collaborate closely with the ITSA Secretariat as well as ITSA’s representatives in the ISO Working group in order to align the development of ITIN with the work of ISO and its members.

 

Exemplary topics

 

1. How can a technically and economically efficient two-point-identification be implemented?
2. What functionality should the ITIN registry offer?
3. What partnerships should be prioritized in order to establish ITIN as practicable market standard?

 

 

Working Group Co-Heads

 

  

pwg1-nils-bundi-min Nils has extensive experience in leading international financial technology projects and teams. He co-founded Zurich based atpar AG that offers tools and services for the issuance and lifecycle-management of digital (financial) assets. As core-team member of the ACTUS Financial Research Foundation Nils has shaped the first algorithmic standard for financial contracts and currently chairs the ACTUS User Forum. Previously, he led the development of core-banking and financial analytics technology and consulted financial services providers in a wide range of projects at the interface of financial data, mathematics, and technology.
pwg1-constantin-ketz-min Constantin Ketz is vice chairman of the International Token Standardization Association (ITSA) and partner at Cadeia Capital, a blockchain-based structured finance platform. Next to his work on token markets as research fellow at the Blockchain Center of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Mr. Ketz also works as independent consultant for distributed ledger technology solutions in financial markets, and contributes to the development of a Digital Token Identifier (DTI) as member of ISO TC68 / SC8 / WG3. He holds a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Mannheim as well as a Master in European Public Affairs from Maastricht University and the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA).