Today, February 19, 2019, at the Nakamoto’s Den conference on Cyprus.

I delivered a talk on Decentralized Regulation. The main focus was on the need and rationale to recognize legal personality to Innovative Technology Arrangements.

The slides of the talk are available here.

About the Author Steve Tendon

Steve Tendon is the Managing Director of TameFlow Consulting/ChainStrategies (, a consulting firm that provides research, analysis and strategy development for businesses that need to adopt or transition to Blockchain technologies. A senior executive management consultant, adviser, speaker and author. Steve’s research and consulting work focuses on the use of emerging technologies — in particular Blockchain technologies — to improve business performance. In 2016 he was the strategic adviser for the Ministry of Economy, Investment and Small Business (MEIB) of the Maltese Government, developed the vision of the "Blockchain Island" and designed Malta’s National Blockchain Strategy (unanimously approved by the Cabinet of Ministers in April, 2017). Subsequently he was appointed as the Strategy Lead to Malta’s National Blockchain Task Force advising the Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation (FSDEI) Office of the Prime Minister on implementing the country's Blockchain strategy. In 2017 he founded and was the first Chairman of the Blockchain Malta Association. In 2018 he founded the "My Blockchain Island" business club ( In 2018 he was acclaimed in the "Lattice80 Blockchain 100" list of global Blockchain influencers ( In 2018 he received the Malta Blockchain Award for "Outstanding Contribution to the Blockchain Island 2018." He holds a MSc in "Software Project Management" with the University of Aberdeen, a "MIT Fintech Innovation: Future Commerce" certificate with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an "Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme" certificate with the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford.

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