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The EU Wants to Hear Your Questions About Blockchain

An organization established by the European Commission to focus on blockchain research and development is soliciting questions from the general public about the nascent technology.

The EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum announced through a Tweet on Monday that it is hosting a 90-minute AMA (Ask me anything) session on June 18, to address any concern from the public about blockchain and the organization's future plan on the emerging space.

The session marks a notable move by the European Union's executive arm in a bid to educate the public about the basics of blockchain technology and its real-life applications, according to the session's agenda listed on the Observatory's website.

Formally launched in February this year by the European Commission and ethereum startup ConsenSys, the Observatory focuses on developing blockchain-based applications, such as cross-border remittance, that can contribute to the single European market.

The European Commission announced in April that it plans to invest around $400 million in blockchain related projects over the next two years since the agency thinks blockchain technology is going "mainstream," as CoinDesk previously reported.

Earlier this year, Mario Draghi, head of the European Central Bank also hosted an online session where he addressed questions posted by the public through Facebook and Twitter that related to blockchain and cryptocurrency.

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