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Preparatory Phase & Follow-On Meetings​

A series of Zoom and in person meetings, with TCA advisors, prospective technical and nation-state governance partners.

  • January 10st- Feb 15th 2022, Rome, for meetings with governmental officials and partners.
  • February 15-20th, in Zurich, Bern and, Geneva.
  • March 10-30th Washington DC for meetings with prospective technical partners, US federal officials (and investors and clients of our spin-off) as part of our acceleration program at MACH37, the premier US cybersecurity accelerator. We are planning joint close-door (and hybrid?) meetings, close to the US State Department.
  • March 1-3, 2022, in Tel Aviv  at Cyber Tech.
  • March 10-15, Bonn and Helsinki, and for meetings with former and current gov officials.

May 12th- 15th, 2022. FOLLOW ON SPRINT (Tentative, conditional on Covid situation)
A 3-days gathering in Rome, Italy in the beautiful Crowne Plaza Hotel (20% discounted rates) of work, brainstorming, bonding, and fun, held concurrently with the Trustless Computing Association – Annual Meeting. Participate by TCA advisors, some of over 120 previous speakers of the 8 editions of Free and Safe in Cyberspace, and special guests.

Objectives & Goals​

Strengthen our support community, and core TCCB and Seevik Net founding documents:

Improve our plans, widen consensus, and create a feeling of community and hope around shared aims, bonding, and open brainstorming. Workshops and panels will focus on both high-level and detailed improvements to the socio-technical paradigms and to the governance of Trustless Computing Certification Body and Seevik Net.  and joint revisions of:

  1. TCCB Statute (legal review, remote digital deliberation, constituent process, etc.)
  2. Trustless Computing Paradigms (all, including TCCB Cloud and TCCB Fab) and
  3. Seevik Net Statute (win-win and balance democratic and liberty values)

Onboard of new nation-state governance for TCCB and other partners:

  1. Onboard one or more nation-states governance partners acting as co-proponents towards other nations, and ideally onboard 2-3 of them. USA, Israel, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, EU and China are seen as the preferred partners initially, given their geopolitical weight in cyber affairs.
  2. Onboard additional members of the Scientific and Governance Boards.
  3. Onboard additional R&D, Technical or End-User Partners.
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