Presented by Cambridge Judge Business School The second edition of the Global Cryptoasset Benchmarking Study provides new insights into the current state of the cryptoasset industry. The study gathers survey data from more than 180 cryptoasset companies and individuals, covering 47 countries across five world regions. The empirical analysis specifically focuses on the following four key
It’s a costly and slow process when a company with a large supply chain has to choose a partner in business, or when banks have to make risk analysis of potential customers (KYC). Blockchain technology creates trust in this process and removes risks, says experts.
Foto credit: Sebastian Stigsby © Debate on the aftermath of Blockchain at TechBBQ Even the H.K.H Crown Prince of Denmark attended On the screen behind the ‘Forest’ stage a question was posted by a gentleman from the audience – “To what extent is the blockchain hype simply the result of financial speculation? Is it
The world’s biggest retail companies use IBM’s blockchain platform IBM Food Trust to make their food production safer and more efficient throughout the supply chain. The platform has now been released to the general public.
Blockchain can be reconciled with GDPR requirements The European Union GDPR-directive has clear consequences for public blockchain based databases famous for their immutability and public access. With some thought put towards the issue, a Nordic Blockchain Association analysis shows it is possible to reconsile blockchain-development and GDPR. The primary conflict between Blockchain and GDPR resides
Nordic Blockchain Association partners with Dutch Government Blockchain Projects – co-creating best practices Blockchain technology has a large disruptive potential that is already evident in the private sector, and the public sector is not immune to the paradigmatic shift of the blockchain revolution. The Danish public sector needs the tools to understand the threats and
Modern technology makes investing in the future easy Last week the Nordic Blockchain Association was invited to speak at the Copenhagen Impact Investing Days (CIID) – a conference for social entrepreneurs, investors, philanthropists, academics and policy makers held by the Copenhagen Business School (CBS). The Nordic Blockchain Association was asked to speak during a specialised
Women’s Division goes to Pakistan Blockchain technology holds great potential as a tool for individual empowerment and a vehicle for protection of marginalized people, and gaining access to good knowledge is a challenge. On 20th January 2018 the head of our women’s division, Anam Hijab, visited Karachi, Pakistan to teach a workshop in basic blockchain