Blockchain Events

Blockchain events offer the opportunity to engage with blockchain through educational seminars, demos, collaboration and networking.

Cloud-based IBM Blockchain Platform now runs in multiple environments

Blockchain technology can mean many things to many people, but one key tenet of the technology is that it is dependent on the network effect. The larger, more open, diverse and distributed a network, the stronger its trust mechanisms and the greater its value to members across a network. However, this can create challenges in […]

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How the UAE is empowering its citizens through blockchain

Blockchain is proving to be a disruptive technology. Over the last few years, countries, governments and organizations started experimenting with blockchain, and are now adopting this transformational technology. The United Arab Emirates has been tapping into the potential of blockchain to revolutionize its government processes and citizen services. Dubai’s journey with blockchain dates back to […]

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True Tickets: A startup built entirely with IBM Blockchain

Are you a concert or event goer? Ever had issues with the ticketing process or seen ticket scalpers outside the gates? I certainly have. For many years, consumers, artists and venues have endured problems with ticketing, including fraudulent tickets and ticket scalping. However, one company has set out to change the status quo. Using blockchain […]

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Joining forces for the advancement of blockchain technologies

Hyperledger, the Linux Foundation’s open-source collaborative for the advancement of enterprise blockchain technologies, and Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA), a global standards organization focused on delivering and advancing the adoption of Enterprise Ethereum, announced on October 1, 2018 they would be joining each other’s organizations as associate members. Per both organizations, this joint effort is to […]

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Two truths and a lie: The newest party game to explain blockchain

The subject of blockchain and the technology behind it is still a hot topic. In the course of an evening, 9 out of 10 parties refer to blockchain at least once — in a non-scientific study conducted by this author. The word “blockchain” is going more mainstream but the fundamental understanding still remains confusing for […]

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The yellow pages of blockchain has arrived: Networks are now visible to the world

In the 1830s the first Yellow Pages emerged as an organized directory of businesses. This had a profound effect on commerce and is an often-overlooked key contribution to the Industrial Revolution. Simply put, the Yellow Pages put businesses on the map and made them known to the world. Without it, a business was hidden and […]

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The time is right to treat human data as personal property

Imagine for a moment you’re a typical suburban homeowner. On a sunny Saturday morning you decide to mow your lawn. You go to the garage and throw open the door, expecting to see your lawn mower where you always leave it. With a shock you see your lawn mower is gone. Someone has taken your […]

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Blockchain for social good: Meet the winners of the Challenge Accepted hackathon

It’s been a number of months since the IBM team and I first spoke about the power of the blockchain model in the global advocacy space. The work of Global Citizen to eradicate extreme poverty around the world by 2030 is a massive undertaking. Adding transparency to the commitment and impact reporting aspects has clear benefits and […]

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How Columbia University and IBM are Exploring Data Transparency and Blockchain

In this day and age, data is at the center of many conversations. It only takes one quick glance at the news to see how living in a digitally-enabled era does not automatically mean living in a digitally trusted er. It is also apparent that the economy is going through a major digital transformation with […]

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