Category: Blockchain

Blockchain ‘Promising But Inefficient’ in Payments

DNBBulletin, De Nederlandsche Bank | June 7, 2018
De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) concluded that “for the time being” distributed ledger technology is not suitable for its existing financial payment infrastructure due to its insufficient ability to scale for large volumes of transactions and other issues

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Blockchain vs. the Surveillance State

Unchained, Ryan Shea, Galia Benartzi, Steve Waterhouse, and Arthur Breitman | June 6, 2018
This recording is of “Blockchain vs. the Surveillance State,” a series of talks and a panel from the Oslo Freedom Forum put on by the Human Rights Foundation. In this session, hear presentations from Ryan Shea of decentralized technology platform Blockstack; Galia Benartzi of smart token platform Bancor; Steve Waterhouse of surveillance-free internet project Orchid; and Arthur Breitman from smart contract platform Tezos. In a panel discussion, the four speakers touch on the ways in which blockchains can be used to curb human rights abuses and also how bad actors can also use them for nefarious purposes.

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Transforming the Future of Manufacturing with Technology

Deloitte and Singularity University | May 2018
In this white paper, Deloitte and Singualrity University analyize how exponential technologies, including 3D printing, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Internet of Things, are revolutionizing the manufacturing sector. These technologies grow and enable change at an accelerating pace, and are often used in conjunction with each other to fundamentally disrupt processes and industries—and create opportunities.

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