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How Blockchain Can Improve Manufacturing In 2019
"Blockchain’s greatest potential to deliver business value is in manufacturing. Increasing visibility across every area of manufacturing starting with suppliers, strategic sourcing, procurement, and supplier quality to shop floor operations including machine-level monitoring and service, blockchain can enable entirely new manufacturing business models."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  blockchain  industry  4.0  internet  of  things  (iot)  louis  columbus'  blog  manufacturing  smart  traceability 
11 weeks ago by jonerp
Enterprise hits and misses – blockchain is a paradox; AI is a customer service automater
"This week - Blockchain is officially a paradox, and AI is a riddle for customer service teams to solve. Plus: diginomica gets critiqued, and personalization gets humanized (or does it?). Your whiffs go from rattlesnake bites to a big pile o' Skype."
crm  and  customer  experience  service  management  hits  misses  iot  robotics  ai  blockchain 
september 2018 by jonerp
The Blockchain Paradox – or why we can’t agree on anything
"The hype over the blockchain has created the Blockchain Paradox. I explain how this manifests, what it means and where it goes."
digital  transformation  -  frictionless  enterprise  blockchain 
september 2018 by jonerp
Enterprise hits and misses – big data falls, blockchain rises, and security trusts no one
"This week - a look at Google's big data fall from grace - an opening for blockchain, or not? Also: security's weak link, and the zero trust imperative. Ideas versus execution, data silos, and whiffs-a-plenty."
governing  identity  privacy  and  security  hits  misses  machine  intelligence  ai  blockchain 
september 2018 by jonerp
Is Blockchain relevant for any Business Model?
"The problem we are solving here is at the core of all trade – trust. Blockchain’s key advantage is that the buyer and seller, the other parties or competitors that are involved can trust the validity of the distributed ledger without the need for any intermediary like a bank or broker or lawyer or government being involved. No reputation required. It eliminates the need for the duplication of effort that always happens amongst the parties involved, and reduces the need for those intermediaries. It changes the backbone of business. This is why the banks and financial institutions have been amongst the first to make big investments in to understanding and developing this new technology. Blockchain has the power to significantly disrupt their core business model as the key intermediary and the central overseer of trade. This is why blockchain developer skills are at a premium."
blockchain  digital  disruption  future 
august 2018 by jonerp
The blockchain begins finding its way in the enterprise
"In spite of the growing interest we have seen over the last 12-18 months, blockchain lacks some basic underlying system plumbing, the kind any platform needs to thrive in an enterprise setting. Granted, some companies and the open source community are recognizing this as an opportunity and trying to build it, but many challenges remain."
blockchain  distributed  ledger  enterprise  in  the  use  cases 
july 2018 by jonerp
Xage introduces fingerprinting to protect industrial IoT devices
"You may be wondering where the blockchain comes into this, but imagine a honey pot of these fingerprints were stored in a conventional database. If that database were compromised, it would mean hackers could have access to a company’s entire store of fingerprints, completely neutering that idea. That’s where the blockchain comes in."
blockchain  distributed  ledger  enterprise  security  startups  digital  fingerprinting  duncan  greatwood  industrial  iot  xage 
may 2018 by jonerp
Can blockchain’s immutability survive GDPR’s right to be forgotten?
"The conflicts between the GDPR and the technical realities of blockchains raise major legal considerations for companies seeking to implement blockchain solutions that involve the personal data of EU citizens."
data  privacy  identity  regulation  blockchain  gdpr 
may 2018 by jonerp
Walmart’s Blockchain Program May Transform the Way We Use Data
"A second pilot program involved mangos, which take a very long journey from farm to table. First, they’re shipped to a packing house, delivered to the U.S., then processed again and packaged for shipping and distribution by truck to thousands of Walmart (and Sam’s Club) stores. Yiannis remembers bringing a package of mangos to a team meeting and challenging his staff to tell him where it came from. “It took us six days, 18 hours and 26 minutes… Almost seven days… Ad we do better than most.” But after implementing a blockchain-based system, a trace back to source took just 2.2 seconds. “That’s food traceability at the speed of thought. As fast as you could think it, we could know it.”
analysis  culture  blockchain 
may 2018 by jonerp
IBM introduces a blockchain to verify the jewelry supply chain
"Every time I talk to someone about the viability of blockchain, I get challenged to show a real project beyond the obvious bitcoin use case. IBM has been working to build large enterprise projects blockchain and today they offered an irrefutable example that they have dubbed TrustChain, a blockchain that proves the provenance of jewelry by following the supply chain from mine to store."
blockchain  enterprise  use  cases  ibm  trustchain 
april 2018 by jonerp
Aion launches first public blockchain network
"If you believe blockchains will proliferate in the coming years, it stands to reason that you will need some sort of mechanism to move information between them, a network of blockchains with bridges and processes for sharing information between entities. That is exactly what The Aion Network is providing with a new blockchain network released today."
blockchain  cryptocurrency  enterprise  nuco 
april 2018 by jonerp
We love the smell of Blockchain in the morning - by @dt
"Some people know what they are talking about, but when others say blockchain do the really just mean a secure, distributed database of some kind? There is both bad and good information on this, with bad and good definitions out there. For example, when I was researching this article I found a Fortune/Bloomberg piece from last December titled Blockchain Is Pumping New Life Into Old-School Companies Like IBM and Visa, that contains the sentence: “The blockchain can also hold many more documents and data than traditional database storage, allowing for more nuanced insights and analysis.” Now that’s rubbish on many levels, and dangerous too."
blockchain  digital  disruption  finance 
march 2018 by jonerp
Philippine rural banks partner with UnionBank for blockchain
"There are two takeawys from this. The first concerns Visa and broadeneing acceptance og B2B Connect. Though not formally available it is clearly making progress.

The second is that, though blockchain is complex, that does not mean complexity has to exclude smaller business. As the UnionBank link with the four small Philippine rural banks shows, blockchain can reach any level of business."
blockchain  homepage  slider  latest  news  b2b  connect  commerce  bank  (usa)  philippines  rural  banking  sberbank  shinhan  sme  unionbank  united  overseas  of  singapore 
february 2018 by jonerp
Is Kodak’s blockchain initiative another blockchain mirage?
"This ‘chasing the blockchain’ attempt to recreate itself does seem bound to end in failure, as Kerrisdale Capital describes. But it may be less to do with the indictment of blockchains and more to do with crude financials. Nevertheless, this fall of this once- titan requires observation to see who is right."
blockchain  business  homepage  slider  latest  news  crypto-asset  cryptocurrency  cryptographic  kodak  kodakcoin  kodakone  photos  wenn  digital 
february 2018 by jonerp
Blockchain Economics – the Reality. Can your application afford the transaction costs? - via @dt
"Worryingly, we see a lot of mooted applications in the press where it is clear there is not a hope in hell that Blockchains (in their current form), will be fast enough or cheap enough to work (see Dinis’s talk on IoT – linked to above – for a typical example). Somewhere between the hype, hope and heuristics is a major disconnect. In our view a lot of applications currently being suggested for blockhain at the moment won’t be able to cope with its operational and economic overheads."
blockchain 
february 2018 by jonerp
How IBM’s blockchain investments are paying off
"One of the unlikely consequences of blockchain fever is that it has made IBM, the 106-year-old tech grey elephant cool again,"
fintech  blockchain 
january 2018 by jonerp
Cryptocurrency and central banking - by @denispombriant
"So far, cryptocurrencies lack any macroeconomic structures for managing things like inflation and recession and on exchanges they behave much like stocks. As we’ve seen in many mergers and acquisitions company stock can be used in part or in lieu of cash to enable the transaction provided both sides agree on the value represented by the stocks. But as an everyday currency that one might use to purchase groceries or pay a utility bill, cryptocurrencies are still way behind the curve."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  bitcoin  blockchain  cryptocurrency  economics 
january 2018 by jonerp
Don’t count on blockchain disrupting commercial processes anytime soon - by @krmarko
"Sharp criticism of the blockchain moves the debate about its efficacy beyond the cryptocurrency melée. Where is the merit in this burgeoning story?"
fintech  blockchain  ethereum  hyperledger 
january 2018 by jonerp
diginomica 2017 – the year according to Jon - by @jonerp
"With 2018 in sight, Jon Reed takes a look back at highlights from the departing year on diginomica."
analytics  planning  and  data  analysis  cloud  erp  financials  supply  chain  content  marketing  digital  skills  training  transformation  -  frictionless  enterprise  future  of  work  machine  intelligence  ai  blockchain 
december 2017 by jonerp
e-voting and the blockchain
"With e-voting over the internet, many of the security assumptions above no longer exist. Yet, to ‘compete’ with paper-based voting, aspects of a vote must be verifiable.

In order for an e-voting system to be verifiable, a voter must be able to verify that his or her vote"
latest  news  blockchain  estonia  honduras  mix-net  swiss  university  of  lucerne  verifiability  voting  corp 
december 2017 by jonerp
diginomica 2017 – the year according to Dennis - by @dahowlett
"2017 is almost at an end; 2018 is around the corner. In the second of our annual reviews of the highlights of the year, Dennis Howlett offers his personal picks of the best of diginomica 2017. Customer stories feature heavily."
cloud  erp  financials  and  supply  chain  platforms  -  infrastructure  architecture  crm  customer  experience  digital  enterprise  in  the  real  world  transformation  frictionless  governing  identity  privacy  security  hcm  future  of  work  iot  robotics  ai  retail  e-commerce  omni-channel  new  professional  it  as  a  service  ux  application  design  blockchain 
december 2017 by jonerp
Blockchain Food Safety Alliance in China
"Walmart’s participation matters. It is already a world leader in global food safety. In China, it invests heavily in food safety research through the Walmart Food Safety and Collaboration Center. It has promoted food safety, both through its own supplier network and working with JD. In combination the two have leveraged JD’s expertise in the application of artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, big data and other new technologies for the protection of consumers."
blockchain  homepage  slider  latest  news  ai  big  data  food  safety  alliance  ibm  platform  jd.com  tsinghua  university  walmart 
december 2017 by jonerp
Monday’s Musings: What’s Top Of Mind From SAP Customers - by @rwang0
"Consequently, customers remain cautious and reserved in working with SAP sales reps to resolve this issue for fear of nullifying previous agreements and resulting in accidentally raising their overall total account value. Customers should work with their user groups such as the UK and Ireland SAP User Group have created a SAP Licensing Transparency Centre and other influencers familiar with the process."
#techoptimization  2017  amazon  web  services  apps  strategy  best  practices  blockchain  technology  boardroom  priorities  c-suite  c3  iot  cdo 
december 2017 by jonerp
Inside SAP’s blockchain as a service strategy – an #SAPTechEd analysis - by @jonerp
"Several candid meetings at SAP TechEd Barcelona brought clarity to SAP's blockchain direction. Here's what I learned from SAPs Torsten Zube - and my analysis of SAP's approach."
cloud  platforms  -  infrastructure  and  architecture  iot  robotics  ai  open  source  blockchain 
november 2017 by jonerp
Blockchain: Reflections on a Webinar - by @lcecere
" Blockchain is an immutable ledger. On the webinar, Juan Ruiz from IBM used an analogy that I loved. He shared the story from his boss. She describes immutable as completing a crossword puzzle with an ink pen versus a pencil. When you use a pencil on a crossword puzzle, you can erase the entries. However, in the use of the pen, the first entries stay and are then crossed through. This is a great analogy to understand “immutable” as it pertains to blockchain."
big  data  supply  chains  blockchain  chain  excellence  innovation 
november 2017 by jonerp
The ludicrous press release awards – “have you leveraged your #blockchain?” edition - by @jonerp
"Yes, it's time to put a satirical buzz saw to the PR flatulence around "game changing" tech. This time around - blockchain. But to my surprise, my snark got (partially) disrupted by genuinely interesting use cases."
digital  and  content  marketing  hits  misses  blockchain 
november 2017 by jonerp
Is blockchain enterprise-ready? A Hyperledger gut check with Executive Director Brian Behlendorf - by @jonerp
"It was no surprise to see a debate break out about the role of blockchain in the enterprise at Connected Enterprise 2017. After the debate, Hyperledger Executive Director Brian Behlendorf gave me his rebuttal - and his views on Hyperledger's progress."
digital  transformation  -  frictionless  enterprise  iot  robotics  and  ai  blockchain 
november 2017 by jonerp
RAND’s blockchain challenges and opportunities
"No doubt because the BSI commissioned the Report, its focus is on standards. There is relatively little examination of the processing implications (including the speed and size of DLT/blockchains). The description: “the distributed nature of DLT/blockchain systems and the need for increased computing power could involve high energy consumption and associated costs” does not explore the issues in depth. Similarly, the merits of interworking DLT/blochchains could do with more depth."
blockchain  homepage  slider  latest  news  british  standards  institute  bsi  database  distributed  ledger  technology  dlt  iso  rand  corporation  europe  transactions 
october 2017 by jonerp
Advantage 2017 live – Sage Intacct’s Aaron Harris on the future of blockchain in cloud ERP - by @jonerp
"No surprise that blockchain came up at Sage Intacct Advantage 2017. Intacct's Aaron Harris gave us his view of where blockchain works - and where it doesn't. He also shared info on Sage Intacct's cryptocurrency readiness."
cloud  erp  financials  and  supply  chain  blockchain 
october 2017 by jonerp
The dazzling world of blockchain is fizzling among financial services organizations - by @angelicamari
"What are the main barriers to taking financial products and services based on blockchain technology into production?"
financial  services  and  fintech  blockchain 
october 2017 by jonerp
Cross-border blockchain banking takes a big step forwards, with dangers
"Then there is IBM. As ET speculated not long ago, IBM becomes the blockchain monster. The participating banks depend on IBM for development and enhancement. They become beholden to what IBM decides, of course in consultation with its clients. Remember SWIFT. This is a member-institution that more often than not tells its members what it wants and not vice versa. Or Visa: it was once a bank member-owned ‘co-operative’. Now it is its own master."
blockchain  homepage  slider  latest  news  asia  pacific  bbva  finance  fintech  klickex  group  national  australia  bank  nitzuho  smfg  stellar.org 
october 2017 by jonerp
Xero tells accountants it’s Digital or Die
"Damon Anderson, Director of Partner at Xero, comments: “Over the next few years, small businesses and their accountants will need to embrace digital or run the risk of quickly being extinct. Our report shows that one in ten small business owners and a fifth of accountants in firms still use paper ledgers – a tool that dates back to the year 1299 – with many losing hours to menial administrative tasks. It’s time to work smarter."
business  homepage  slider  latest  news  accountancy  accountants  blockchain  fintech  sme  xero  xerocon 
october 2017 by jonerp
Oracle climbs on blockchain bandwagon with new cloud service - by @ron_miller
" Oracle is working hard to be a SaaS vendor that matters, whether with its new autonomous database service or getting involved with blockchain. Today, the database giant announced a new blockchain service at Oracle OpenWorld that aims to give enterprise customers who want to get involved with the blockchain, a fully managed approach."
cloud  enterprise  tc  oracle  openworld  17  larry  ellison  blockchain  hyperledger  project  open  source 
october 2017 by jonerp
Power Ledger blockchain in trial with energy retailer Origin
"Blockchain energy market provider, Power Ledger is putting its peer-to-peer energy trading platform to the test via a trial with Australia’s energy retailer, Origin. The trial involves Power Ledger using anonymised consumer data. This will seek to prove the accuracy and security of the Power Ledger trading platform. The trial will begin in October and run for a period of three months."
blockchain  homepage  slider  latest  news  carbon  trading  electric  vehicles  energy  ico  origin  peer-to-peer  power  ledger  utility  sparkz 
september 2017 by jonerp
Dissecting the Headwinds and Tailwinds of Digital Transformation - by @lcecere
"At the Supply Chain Insights Global Summit last week Gita Gopinath, a Harvard University economist, forecasted worldwide global growth at 3.6%, but only 1.9% for the more advanced economies in Europe and North America. In contrast, she forecasts growth rates in the emerging economies of Europe and Asia at 4.8%. For the global multinational, powering global growth in China and India is tougher, and with greater intellectual property risk, than driving a digital transformation in North America and Europe."
big  data  supply  chains  demand  digital  blockchain  transformation  growth  headwinds  internet  of  things  new  business  models  chain  tailwinds 
september 2017 by jonerp
Mining Supply Chain Data for Insights - by @lcecere
"So if a technology vendor in supply chain planning promises improvements in costs and inventory, be wary. Pour the coffee strong. However, do not throw the baby out with the bath water. Planning can drive results if the organization has the right DNA. Focus on defining supply chain excellence and the appropriate use of the technologies. Test and verify results and build planning into data-driven processes. Do not treat supply chain planning as a typical technology project focused on implementation. Instead, refine the data model and test outcomes."
big  data  supply  chains  demand  driven  market-driven  chain  blockchain  cognitive  computing  sensing  efficient  frontier  metrics  that  matter  robotics 
september 2017 by jonerp
Bitcoin and estcoin cryptocurrency craziness
"ET deliberately separates blockchain from Bitcoin/ICOs/cryptocurrencies. This occurs for two underlying reasons:

we believe that blockchain technologies have profound potential, even if as yet unproven, for enterprises
we regard the cryptocurrency/ICO investments arena as changing too fast as well as being beyond our competence.

This may have to change. But, for the moment, it explains why we spend so little time on cryptocurrencies."
blockchain  business  features  homepage  slider  latest  news  bitcoin  bitmain  cryptocurrency  e-residency  estcoin  ethereum  fintech 
august 2017 by jonerp
Why Is Blockchain Not Hotter? - by @lcecere
"Most of the blockchain work today is one-to-many, not many-parties-to-many-parties. Supply Chain Operating Networks like Elemica, GT Nexus (now Infor), and SAP Ariba are many-parties-to-many-parties. The complexity of many-to-many networks, as compared to one-to-many operating networks, is different by an order of magnitude. Security and data management in many-to-many architectures, and the management within blockchain, is still experimental."
market-driven  value  chains  networks  b2b  blockchain  supply  chain  insights 
august 2017 by jonerp
IBM unveils Blockchain as a Service based on open source Hyperledger Fabric technology - by @ron_miller
"IBM unveiled its “Blockchain as a Service” today, which is based on the open source Hyperledger Fabric, version 1.0 from The Linux Foundation. IBM Blockchain is a public cloud service that customers can use to build secure blockchain networks."
cloud  enterprise  finance  tc  blockchain  hyperledger  fabric  ibm  linux  foundation  open  source 
march 2017 by jonerp
Enterprise hits and misses – IoT and analytics push ahead, banks and blockchains hit crossroads - by @jonerp
"In this edition: fresh IoT and IBM Watson use cases point to new business models. Plus: using customer data without damaging trust. The banks hits a crossroads with blockchain pursuits; bad coverage ensues. AWS outage in review, and Wall Street gets SaaS jitters. Plus: whiffs-a-plenty."
hits  and  misses  use  cases  blockchain 
march 2017 by jonerp
Will Blockchain Change the Way Businesses Operate?
"What’s keeping blockchain confined to token use cases is that the legal use cases simply aren’t clear. There’s the added trepidation of determining when what transactions should be public and how to monitor a so-called private blockchain."
events  technology  top  stories  bitcoin  blockchain  fintech  london  week  private  blockchains 
february 2017 by jonerp
Enterprise blockchain update – Acronis Notary goes live, Hyperledger gains enthusiasts - by @jonerp
"The Acumatica Summit provided the first - but likely not the last - blockchain keynote demo of the year. This one had some legs, with live product from Acronis. I spoke to the Acronis team afterwards, and shot a quick video. My chat with two Hyperledger enthusiasts adds more on why 2017 is a big year for blockchain. Not for hype, but for proving use cases at scale."
digital  skills  and  training  internet  of  things  the  new  professional  it  as  a  service  blockchain 
february 2017 by jonerp
10 Use Cases in Supply Chain for Hyperledger - by @lcecere
"The Hyperledger project aims to bring together a number of independent efforts to develop open protocols and standards, by providing a modular framework that supports different components for different uses. This would include a variety of blockchain technology variants with their own consensus and storage models, and services for identity, access control, and contracts. In the Networks of Network testing in the spring of 2017, we will be using the IBM version of blockchain to test the use of hyperledger to improve network on boarding."
big  data  supply  chains  digital  chain  risk  management  safe  and  secure  visibility  blockchain  hyperledger  network  of  networks  open  source  code 
january 2017 by jonerp
Enterprise hits and misses – AWS pushes its partners, blockchain goes Hyperledger - by @jonerp
"In this edition: AWS stirs the holiday drink with managed services - what do buyers need to know? Also: enterprise blockchain faces a 2017 reckoning with all eyes on Hyperledger. And: diginomica made a wee public sector announcement of our own. Your whiffs include some bold new tech predictions that will delight and amaze."
digital  government  and  public  services  hits  misses  blockchain 
december 2016 by jonerp
Blockchain Hyperledger Project Generates Interest in the Enterprise
"“When you look back at the beginning of the year, there were a lot of folks kicking the tires and imaging the art of the possible. When you look at this ecosystem … This has gone beyond the conceptual stage and they’re doing real stuff,” said Jerry Cuomo, IBM vice president of blockchain technologies, of the New York meetup. “There’s a real energy around it.”
news  technology  top  stories  bitcoin  blockchain  explorer  bluemix  chamber  of  digital  commerce  eris  ethereum  hyperledger  fabric  project 
december 2016 by jonerp
Enterprise blockchains – trust, identity and the Ethereum hard fork - by @jonerp
"It's been a whirlwind summer for the enterprise blockchain, primarily due to the Ethereum hard fork. Here's some views from those tracking the fork - and another take on the blockchain's enterprise potential."
frictionless  enterprise  identity  blockchain 
august 2016 by jonerp
IBM Secures Blockchain Services with LinuxOne
"IBM is employing Linux to tighten up the security around its cloud-based blockchain services, by running the technology on its LinuxOne mainframe systems.

The blockchain distributed ledger technology forms the base of many believe will be the future of untraceable digital currency, Bitcoin. But is it ready for prime time for something as critical as sensitive data and monetary transactions?"
news  technology  top  stories  bitcoin  blockchain  everledger  hyperledger  ibm  linux  linuxone  ubuntu 
july 2016 by jonerp
Event Report: Business Transformation Top Of Mind For Microsoft Envision #ENV16 Attendees - by @rwang0
"Financial institutions and technology providers have flocked to the promises of block chain technology made famous by BitCoin. However the risk of consumer grade technologies creating security and risk issues have hampered efforts. The goal is enterprise grade block-chain technology."
2016  apps  strategy  big  data  blockchain  technology  bots  business  disruption  transformation  ceo  chatbots  chief  digital  officer  executive 
april 2016 by jonerp
Brooklyn Microgrid: A Blockchain-based Platform for Locally Traded Electricity - by @kimberlymok
"Now, a New York-based startup is proposing an alternative: a small-scale, community microgrid that will allow local residents to buy and sell the energy they produce from rooftop solar power installations, using the existing energy infrastructure and the blockchain, the same technology that underpins open source, peer-to-peer cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Best of all, you don’t even need to have solar panels installed in order to participate."
culture  news  top  stories  blockchain  brooklyn  distributed  systems  ethereum  microgrids  renewable  energy  sustainability 
april 2016 by jonerp
IBM wants to move blockchain tech beyond Bitcoin and money transfer
"On Tuesday, IBM announced that it’s been working to make blockchain technology—which was refined and popularized by Bitcoin—easier for businesses to use for financial and non-financial purposes. Specifically, the company is launching what it’s calling “blockchain-as-a-service,” or a set of tools for "creating, deploying, running, and monitoring blockchain applications on the IBM Cloud.”
ministry  of  innovation  bitcoin  blockchain  ibm 
february 2016 by jonerp
Why Wall Street Is Embracing the Blockchain—Its Biggest Threat
"The organization that ensures stocks traded on the market actually change hands is bullish on the blockchain. Here's why."
enterprise  wall  street  overstock  stock  market  blockchain  bitcoin  business 
february 2016 by jonerp
Why The Blockchain, Not Bitcoin, Is What's Fascinating Builders
"The blockchain has not fully come into its full potential by any means. Most projects seem to be in early stages of beta testing and trials. Yet it's clear there are advances on an almost daily basis. It will be interesting to see the outcomes of the Open Ledger project and what the future holds for the blockchain, especially in newer applications like voting and healthcare. While the technology will progress quickly, it's not as clear that our political systems and everyday users will be able to keep up."
code  bitcoin  linux  foundation  blockchain  digital  currency  future  factom  peertracks  distributed  ledger  open 
january 2016 by jonerp
Future of Work – a Blockchain primer - by @dt
"Part of the problem with talking Blockchain is that commentary on it is often strongly tied to the digital currency that it supports – Bitcoin. That single implementation overwhelms most explanations of the underlying technology. I’ve looked at a lot of explanations generated over the last year and come away puzzled, but the best I’ve found is from Mike Gault on re/code on July 5."
digital  disruption  events  future  ideas  workplace  bitcoin  blockchain  of  work  music 
december 2015 by jonerp
Wall Street Officially Opens Its Arms to Bitcoin Invaders
"JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon described the situation in the simplest terms. “Silicon Valley is coming,” he said. "
enterprise  nasdaq  blockchain  jp  morgan  chase  chain  bitcoin  business 
september 2015 by jonerp
It’s not about Bitcoin, it’s the blockchain stupid - by @dahowlett
"Bitcoin's ups and downs are well documented but that isn't the real disruptor. It's the blockchain."
frictionless  enterprise  future  of  work  bitcoin  blockchain 
april 2015 by jonerp

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