APPG – Work Streams

APPG for Blockchain Technologies
The APPG aims to explore a range of Blockchain and Web3 related domains. The APPG Working Groups and meetings will include, but are not limited to, the following policy matters:

Web3 Industry Growth and Workforce Planning 

Careers in Blockchain and Web3

Coders, Programmers and Developers of Blockchain 

New employment Opportunities in Blockchain Industry 

Blockchain Sandboxes, Pilots and Incubators 

International Cooperation and Coopetition in Web3 

Blockchain Skills in-Demand and Web3 Job Market

Start-ups, Funding and VCs

Recruitment and Retention of Web3 Talent

Making UK an attractive destination for Web3 jobs

Blockchain for Public Good in the UK

Nurturing Quadruple Helix Blockchain Ecosystems

Building Blockchain Centres of Excellence (CoE)

Establishing Public-Private Partnerships in Web3 

Blockchain for e-Voting

Blockchain based Decentralised Digital ID (DID)

Blockchain based Public and Citizen records 

National Blockchain Roadmaps

UK as a Centre of Excellence in Blockchain

Trans-national Web3 Partnerships

Consensus among stakeholders 

Blockchain in Global context: UN SDGs

International Blockchain Standards, Benchmarks, Frameworks and Guidelines 

Blockchain for Business and Enterprise Blockchains

Blockchain for C-Suite executives and Senior Decision Makers

Public V Private Blockchains for Enterprise

DLT in Trade and Supply Chains

Blockchain for Logistics and Transportation 

Decentralised Autonomous Organisations:

Decentralised Digital Workforce and Web3 Labour Economics 

Distributed Governance of Web3 Ecosystems

DAO Treasuries and DAO Tokenomics

Environmental Impact of Web3 applications

Blockchain, Social Good and Life Sciences applications

The Promise of Web3 for end user and consumers 

Blockchain for SMEs

Public awareness of Blockchain and Cryptoassets 

Auditing Societal Impact of Web3 applications

Building Sustainable and Energy efficient Blockchain applications 

Governing Web3: Transparency, Accountability and Quality Assurance

Evidence Based Blockchain: Evaluation of Blockchain Programmes

Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence for national budgeting processes and funding 

Tokenising Real Estate

Tokenising Commodities

Tokenising Arts, Antiques and Music 

Tokenising Carbon Credits

Tokenisation and the role of Oracles


DeFi applications and platforms

Auditing Tokenomics

Governance of DeFi 

Regulation of DeFi

Risks, Threats and Opportunities in DeFi for UK Economy 

Metaverse for Public Good 

Cybersecurity in the Metaverse 

Ethical and Legal Challenges of the Metaverse 

Digital Twins and e-Government in the Metaverse 

Native Metaverse Organisations 

Digital Avatars, NFTs and Tokenomics of Metaverse economies

Metaverse for Education, Business, Entertainment and Arts 

Universities and Blockchain Education 

Universities and Blockchain Research 

University Incubators and Spin-offs

Industry – Academia – Government – Society Quadruple Helix

Postgraduate Curriculum for Blockchain in the UK

R&D Funding for DLT and Web3 research 

Blockchain and AI

Post Quantum Blockchains

IoT, Smart Cities and Blockchain

Blockchain and Genomics

Smart Contracts and “Smarter Contracts”

Intellectual Property Rights and NFTs

Copyrights, Art and Law

Tokenomics Crimes, Litigation and Legislation 

Blockchain Analytics, Cyber intelligence and DLT Platform Surveillance