Blockchain Events

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

Enterprise-ready blockchain brings transparency to supply chains

There are over 17 million shipping containers in the world, of which five to six million are currently being transported on oceans, rails and roads. In the shipping process, inconsistent information and limited transparency across organizational boundaries can sometimes hinder the efficient movement of goods. These costly inefficiencies could soon be eliminated by blockchain supply […]

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Blockchain-based Batavia platform set to rewire global trade finance

After being stagnant for a long time, the global trade finance industry has been on the receiving end of efforts to innovate through new technologies and development. Several of these efforts are based on the use of blockchain, a type of shared, distributed ledger on which the history of transactions is digitally recorded and cryptographically […]

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Starting your business at the speed of blockchain

According to the World Bank’s latest Doing Business 2018: Reforming to Create Jobs report, the largest number of reforms made in the past 15 years aimed at facilitating the requirements for starting a business, with 626 reforms recorded in the past 15 years. As it stands, the time needed to start a new small or […]

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Collaboration: Unlocking decentralized, digital identity management through blockchain

Identity theft is an all too common occurrence. Our personal information is not under our control and lives in repositories that are targets for hackers. The Identity Theft Resource Center recorded 1,339 breaches impacting over 170 million records in the U.S. in 2017 alone. The global numbers are so staggering that no one has been able to […]

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How IBM is helping establish, evolve and extend blockchain networks

The digital economy has made trust more important than ever. Without trust and transparency, vast amounts of value are trapped and siloed inside business processes and organizations. That’s why blockchain is quickly moving mainstream as an important new way to instill trust into transactions and entire business processes. Interest in blockchain has never been greater, […]

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Getting started on the IBM Blockchain Platform Starter Plan

Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology, is transforming the way people transact. But how do you get started putting blockchain to work for your business? This seems to be a question that both executives and developers are struggling with, so I’m going to provide a three-step guide to help you learn how to take an idea […]

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How blockchain is bringing trust to digital ad buys

It used to be so simple. The supply chain behind a media buy was made up of three main players — client, agency and media property — and each type of media came with a single measurement source. But the digital era is making that model obsolete, like rabbit ears or appointment-viewing TV. In today’s […]

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Top five blockchain benefits transforming your industry

Learn where you can find IBM Blockchain at Think 2018 Across global supply chains, financial services, healthcare, government and many other industries, innovators are exploring ways to use blockchain to disrupt and transform traditional business models. Many industry leaders have already achieved significant business benefits, including greater transparency, enhanced security, improved traceability, increased efficiency and […]

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Digital event for CTOs on blockchain applications and platforms

You’ve determined that blockchain can provide your business with some including greater transparency throughout the supply chain and the ability to make faster, more efficient transactions. But now what? How do you move from the idea stage to getting a blockchain network up and running? In the new digital event series, Now Being Served, thought […]

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