The Netherlands is one of the countries on the forefront of Digital Identity initiatives. Whether through governmental or private endeavours there are exciting developments happening in this space as we speak.
To make life easier for you, we compiled a list of Dutch people and organisations you definitely should follow if you’re interested in Digital Identity, Self-Sovereign Identity and Blockchain.
Michiel van der VeenDirector Innovation & Development at the National Office for Identity Data
Marloes PompProject manager of Blockchain & AI experiments within Dutch Government
Raymond AlexanderManager VNG Realisatie
Gerdine KeijzerManaging Director at DICTU
Ger BaronChief Technology Officer at City of Amsterdam
André de KokResearcher at the National Office for Identity Data
David LamersBlockchain Specialist at Rabobank
Giulietta MaraniCoordinator and Program Manager at ICTU
Rhodia MaasManaging Director at the National Office of Identity Data
Jeroen van MegchelenCTO at Ledger Leopard
M. Oskar van DeventerSenior Scientist Blockchain Networking at TNO Companies
Djuri BaarsLead Blockchain Team at Rabobank
Fons KnopjesSenior Research and Development Advisor at the National Office for Identity Data
Betty FeenstraHead of Department at the Ministry of the Interior
Aik van EemerenProgram Manager of Innovation in the City of Amsterdam
Stefan KoreneefCoordinator Digital Economy EU & Global policy at Ministry of Economic Affairs & Climate
Koen HartogProgram Manager Blockchain & AI for Governmental Organizations
Jacob BoersmaSenior Manager of Blockchain team at Deloitte
Anna van der LeeuwSenior Professional Support Lawyer Data & Tech at Allen & Overy
Marcel WendtCTO & Founder Digidentity
Dutch Organisations involved in Digital Identity
National Office for Identity Data
Ministry of the Interior
Dutch Blockchain Coalition
Digital Trust Center
Tykn is an award-winning startup and pioneers of Self-Sovereign Identity.
For the past 4 years Tykn has been developing Self-Sovereign Identity solutions for organisations such as the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the United Nations Development Programme.
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