The 3 used cases were presented all across Europe in mode than 30 events.
For enriching the field, we have also produced significant research and the main 17 research papers produced on the topic are:
Can Cryptocurrencies Preserve Privacy and Comply with Regulations?
Lead Behaviour in Bitcoin Markets
High Frequency Price Change Spillovers in Bitcoin Markets
A Decentralised Digital Identity Architecture
Cryptocurrency market structure: connecting emotions and economics
Crypto price discovery through correlation networks
Analysing Social Media Forums to Discover Potential Causes of Phasic Shifts in Cryptocurrency Price Series
Initial Coin Offerings: Risk or Opportunity?
Are cryptos becoming alternative assets?
Network Models to Enhance Automated Cryptocurrency Portfolio Management
Information-theoretic measures for nonlinear causality detection: application to social media sentiment and cryptocurrency prices,
Cyber risk ordering with rank-based statistical models,
The Cost of Bitcoin Mining Has Never Really Increased
Key Roles of Crypto-Exchanges in Generating Arbitrage Opportunities
Libra or Librae? Basket based stablecoins to mitigate foreign exchange volatility spill overs
Investing with cryptocurrencies – evaluating their potential for portfolio allocation strategies
Rise of the machines? Intraday high-frequency trading patterns of cryptocurrencies