About us

The importance of collaboration on blockchain technology in our island

The core mission of our organization is to promote technologies that link industries, the public sector, and academia while integrating key stakeholders through a foundational and transparent structure provided by appropriate standards.

Blockchain technology has all the necessary requirements to provide this approach's basis. By being inherently decentralized and encrypted, blockchain has become a ground for new ecosystems with little to no respect for national legislation. Since this lack of respect is essentially 'unbiased', it leads naturally to international collaboration, already seen in the international efforts to standardize and regulate this emerging area of technology, as well as in the advances in the legal status and applications of smart contracts.

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Management and Board of Directors

  • Theodosis Mourouzis
    Theodosis Mourouzis
    Managing Director
  • Egli Papadopoulou
    Egli Papadopoulou
    Business Development & Event Organizer
  • Dr. Andreas Assiotis 
    Dr. Andreas Assiotis 
    Chairman of the Board
  • Dr. Paolo Tasca
    Dr. Paolo Tasca
    Board Member
  • Andri Michael
    Andri Michael
    Board Member
  • Alexis Nicolaou
    Alexis Nicolaou
    Board Member
  • Kevin Mudd
    Kevin Mudd
    Board Member
  • Demetris Papallis
    Demetris Papallis
    Board Member

Members

  • Christina Aloupa
    Christina Aloupa
    Member
  • Dr. Paris Cleanthous
    Dr. Paris Cleanthous
    Member
  • Greg Waisman
    Greg Waisman
    Member
  • Eleni Shiarly
    Eleni Shiarly
    Member
  • Costas Xitas
    Costas Xitas
    Member
  • Michalis Nearchou
    Michalis Nearchou
    Member
  • Stavros Hadjikyriacou
    Stavros Hadjikyriacou
    Member
  • Adam Neuberger
    Adam Neuberger
    Member
  • Dan Rodwell
    Dan Rodwell
    Member
  • Alexandros Constantinou
    Alexandros Constantinou
    Member
  • Dr. Soulla Louca
    Dr. Soulla Louca
    Member
  • Gerasimos Ntouskas
    Gerasimos Ntouskas
    Member
  • Evdokios Pieri
    Evdokios Pieri
    Member
  • Panayiotis A. Koussis
    Panayiotis A. Koussis
    Member
  • Michalis Zinieris
    Michalis Zinieris
    Member
  • Thrasos Thrasyvoulou
    Thrasos Thrasyvoulou
    Member
  • Minos Georgakis
    Minos Georgakis
    Member
  • Andreas Theodosiou
    Andreas Theodosiou
    Member
  • Christiana Aristidou
    Christiana Aristidou
    Member
  • Evdokia Pitsillidou
    Evdokia Pitsillidou
    Member
  • Nate Tuganov
    Nate Tuganov
    Member
  • George Georgiou
    George Georgiou
    Member
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Our Vision

The blockchain can also provide a means to streamline public and government interactions, with associated opportunities for consumers and businesses. With this collaborative effort, individual nations can be recognized and included in research and associated benefits of implemented projects.

CyBT’s vision makes it clear that while each participant in the consortium focuses on a variety of different points, identifying different goals and aiming for different milestones while dealing with different hurdles about the particular status of the island’s blockchain engagement and development, there is a strong convergence towards a mutual level of benefit strongly related to growth and regulated integration by directly participating into CyBT.

Our Aim

For a world that aims to move to a citizen-centered approach, where data is controlled by its owner, an approaching shift is required, involving the need to reconceptualize and instantiate the Internet based on its foundational intentions, where trust is integrated into every part of the infrastructure. In this structure, identity, rights and citizenship will be embedded at the core and properly define identity and enact smart contracts which do not need a third party to be involved.

To this end, which might not respect but transcend international borders, laws and rights, international as well as interdisciplinary collaboration is a requirement to build an infrastructure that can scale from the local level (micro) to a global level (macro), with new models of operation and laws recast into and enacted as smart contracts.

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Digital Economy

According to the facts and the science involved, a blockchain-based digital economy is expected to have the ability to act as a catalyst for growth and provide a platform on which international, borderless, innovating practices can thrive and lead toward a genuinely collaborative global economy by facilitating novel approaches and solutions to profoundly rooted and long-lasting problems of the currently implemented economic model, thus benefiting the wider community.

In this collaborative context, society allows the digital economy to flourish and grow regardless of local particularities, such as geopolitical ideologies. Blockchain technology has the potential to unite nations because it offers an alliance of a variety of internationally relevant application areas across industries.

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Be part of our community

We unite Cyprus’ community of blockchain stakeholders from all industries and sectors, irrespective of size and power.