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IOTA [MIOTA]’s Dr. Rolf Werner speaks Blockchain at German-Japanese ICT Dialogue

Ranjitha Shastry



IOAT [MIOTA]'s Dr. Rolf Werner speaks Blockchain at German-Japanese ICT Dialogue
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The IOTA supervisory board member and Fujitsu’s Head of Central Europe, Dr. Rolf Werner, gave a keynote speech on the significance of important on the forthcoming technologies for the locations, Germany and Japan. He illustrated this with the example of Blockchain at the first German-Japanese ICT Dialogue, conducted by CEBIT.

At the summit, Werner described why Blockchain is a key technology for the future economies and also explained about the opportunities and concrete application of this field. He emphasized the importance of industrial production of both export nations [Germany-Japan].

They also discussed the challenges and benefits of the new regulation for economy and consumers of both states. The subject of how good a policy should be, to create test rooms in order to test new technologies transparently under a protected area in practice was also examined.

IOAT mentions:

“The dialogue was part of two-day consultations between the two ministries. The exclusive event at CeBIT was about meeting the needs of the companies and economies of both countries, as well as identifying and identifying key development trends. On this basis, the participating ministries want to develop suitable programs to further promote the economy and prosperity in Germany and Japan and to promote and expand cooperation between the two countries.”

Stefan Schnorr, the Head of Digital and Innovation Policy Department at the BMWi, and Masahiko Tominaga, Vice Minister in the Japanese MIC, commenced the dialogue and urged companies and business associations to exchange more about key innovation topics.

Fujitsu, one of the world’s biggest IT services companies, in the month of March this year had launched a Brussels-based Blockchain Innovation Center. Yves de Beauregard, Head of Fujitsu Benelux, cited increased customer interest in blockchain technology as the reason for the creation of this center.

By participating in this event, Fujitsu has been able to contribute to the important incentives for innovation and technology policy and take meaningful suggestions for its own research and development activities.

Hermann Gumpp, a developer and a Twitter user commented:

“@ RolfWerner sounds very exciting! I would like to have been there. Greetings from Tokyo!”

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Ranjitha Shastry is a part of AMBCrypto's News Reporting Team. Having done her major in Journalism and mass communication, she is passionate about business and economic journalism.



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