The Repository of Blockchain Standardisation Activities is the main hub for Community to consult useful information on numerous past and ongoing standards related to Blockchain & DLT. It also includes a list of Technical Committees from the Standards Developing Organisations to which experts could apply within the scope of the project, thus contributing to foster European leadership in blockchain standardisation.

Currently, the Repository includes a living document (in Excel format), it is freely accessible to the interested users and will be kept regularly updated.

In particular, the document contains the following information:

  • Code of the standard
  • Date of publication
  • Title
  • Link to the catalogue
  • Abstract
  • Category
  • Source (Technical Committees / Working Groups)
  • Document type
  • Standard Developing Organisation

The information contained in the living document are non-exhaustive. Should you wish to add further information or to report any incorrect mentions, please do not hesitate to contact the BlockStand team at:


Blockstand is currently developing a dedicated Platform that will contain all the information related to blockchain and DLT standardisation that have been collected by the project Partners. In addition, numerous new Search & Filter functionalities will be added to facilitate the consultation of the Repository.


Categories and labels in the document have been added by the Blockstand consortium to facilitate and guide the consultation of the Repository. The chosen set of categories and labels represent a compromise for a wide range of users and experts and are related to the naming in various UN, WHO, ESO, ITU and ISO documents. However, there is no universal agreement and please do not consider them conclusive.

Web links to the original material are included, but there are no guarantees that the links are maintained or contain the same information as originally viewed. The project declines responsibility for any infringement of any third party’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) but will be pleased to acknowledge any IPR and correct any infringement of which it is advised. Issues can be reported to