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Alastria and Autelsi Sign a Collaboration Agreement for Blockchain Research and Development

Alastria and Autelsi Sign a Collaboration Agreement for Blockchain Research and Development

13/05/2024.- The President of Alastria, Miguel Ángel Domínguez, and the President of Autelsi, Leandro Pérez Manzanera, have signed a framework agreement to jointly develop research activities and knowledge dissemination on ICT, particularly in the field of Blockchain/DLT.


The presidents of Alastria and Autelsi have highlighted the importance of collaborative work to drive the growth and consolidation of information and communication technologies through this Framework Agreement, which will last for one year, with the possibility of extension.

The objectives of this alliance between Alastria and Autelsi include coordinating efforts for the execution of joint projects, organising dissemination events, exchanging studies and research, participating in development and innovation activities in the sector, and promoting initiatives related to the advancement of these technologies.

As part of this collaboration, the first planned activity took place on 9 May: the webinar “Metaverse, Legal Challenges”. During this virtual session, the legal implications and challenges faced by companies in the virtual world of the metaverse were analysed, highlighting the importance of complying with existing regulations and adapting to new laws that emerge in this constantly evolving environment. You can watch the webinar “Metaverse, Legal Challenges” at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUMfw5By7aU.

About Autelsi

The Spanish Association of Telecommunications and Information Society Users (AUTELSI) is a nationwide, non-profit entity, founded in Barcelona on 24 July 1987. Its objective is to promote and encourage, in society at large and particularly among professional users, the study, research, and objective dissemination of knowledge on issues related to telecommunications services and the Information Society. Currently, 100 entities are part of this Association, making it the representative of business users of telecommunications and the Information Society.

AUTELSI is the only business association in the sector that brings together: business users, practically the main companies in the country, users from Public Administrations, including all the Autonomous Communities, operators and telecommunications service companies, and ICT manufacturers, distributors, and consultants. This unique integration of all the “actors” makes AUTELSI the reference association in the Sector.