12. March, 2019

Fetch.AI weekly newsletter #026 – Blockchain for Europe meets with industry regulators

Hello from the Fetch.AI team,

After travelling to Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress last week, Fetch.AI have continued racking up the miles in Europe.

This week, CTO Toby Simpson and head of business development Maria Minaricova travelled to Brussels to attend meetings with fellow Blockchain for Europe founding members EMURGO/Cardano, NEM and Ripple. You can learn more about the organisation here.

In the Belgian capital the group met up once again with Peteris Zilgalvis who is Head of Unit, Digital Innovation and Blockchain at the European Commission.

On Tuesday Toby, Maria and other Blockchain for Europe representatives exchanged ideas during meetings in Paris. They discussed regulations and legal frameworks with Banque de France and the French Ministry for the
Economy and Finance.


It is an incredible privilege to be able to engage so directly with the regulators and law makers as part of Blockchain for Europe. Our work will benefit the whole crypto community – regardless of whether you are a developer or a user. It is about making this environment safe and trusted for everyone.

This week the Fetch.AI (FET) token has been officially listed on BitMax and KuCoin

Yesterday, Toby took part in a Q&A with 499 Blockchain Community. The organisation has brought together the most influential female blockchain entrepreneurs in China and South Korea. You can read the interview transcript here.

We have also published several new articles. Toby wrote in defence of blockchain and looked at how society will benefit from the technology over the coming years.

We shared an update from machine learning engineer Daniel Honerkamp who told us about the team’s ongoing efforts to develop a minimal agency consensus.

Last but not least, we published an article explaining how our autonomous agents are able to utilise complex strategies in order to secure the best deal for the individual or entity they represent.

As ever, we’re moving forward in a variety of ways across the company. It’s great to have you with us.

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