Whatever Happened To Blockchain Webinar Recording
Blockchain and distributed ledger technology came to the fore with the appearance and growth of cryptocurrencies, so whatever happened to blockchain? The narrative that started spreading at some point in 2013 was that blockchain technology should be decoupled from bitcoin, and used for more than exchanging digital currency. Cryptocurrency units could be inscribed with additional information and transformed into tokens representing anything from diamonds to title deeds; in this way blockchains could be repurposed as devices to verify property rights, or track products as they changed hands throughout the supply chain. Every sector could adopt a blockchain to move value or information among a multitude of parties, without the need for a mediator. Blockchain would lead to efficiency, transparency and security.
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So why haven’t we seen the wholesale adoption of Blockchain across the financial services sector? Or is that really happening? To answer these questions and to provide members with an up to date appreciation of the status of Blockchain and crypto assets. We had two recognised industry authorities, namely, Dr. Maria G. Vigliotti author of “The Executive Guide to Blockchain” and member of the Blockchain committee of the International Standards Organisation and Benjamin Duve – Head of Custody and Direct Market Access & Director Commerzbank AG leading the conversation and responding to audience questions.
A complimentary post webinar report ‘Whatever happened to blockchain?’ written by FST Network is also available.
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