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Blockchain newsletter for April: All things blockchain at IBM Think 2021

Hello, and welcome to our special Think 2021 edition of Blockchain News You Can Use. This issue focuses on the blockchain sessions at Think 2021 and some of our special guests. Mark your calendar for May 11 (Americas) and May 12 (APAC, Japan and EMEA) and: Register for Think Sign up for Think 2021 emails […]

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The New York Times, IBM explore blockchain as a means to verify trustworthiness in digital media

We live in a precarious time for trust. From viral videos, to raw diamonds, to organic chickens, the question of authenticity has never been more salient. Perhaps it’s because authenticity has never been easier to forge. Technology has given bad actors powerful new tools to manipulate our very perception of the truth. But technology can also […]

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Cook up your blockchain solution with IBM Design Thinking

Whether you are a startup or a large enterprise, IBM Blockchain Garage Services can help you navigate your blockchain journey, find the very best blockchain use cases, build a minimal viable product (MVP) with the speed of a startup, then deploy and scale in production like an enterprise. We use the proven IBM Garage Method, […]

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Blockchain from abstract to practical: Bringing it all together

In the last post, I covered abstract concepts, such as the value of data in relation to blockchain, and the necessity of strong networks. Now, I want to move from the abstract towards the concrete, and discuss how blockchain is maturing, what this means for our business networks, and the questions we must ask as […]

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How IBM is helping establish, evolve and extend blockchain networks

Since being published, the next generation of the IBM Blockchain Platform has been announced. Therefore, IBM Blockchain Platform Starter Plan will be removed from the IBM Cloud Catalog starting July 5th, 2019 and you will not be able to provision new instances after that. However, existing instances will be supported until June 4, 2020. To […]

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Five potential blockchain project pitfalls — and how to avoid them!

Companies around the world are jumping on the blockchain bandwagon. A recent survey of almost 3,000 global C-suite executives found that 33 percent of organizations, on average, across all industries and regions are already considering or actively engaged with blockchains. Over the past two years, I’ve worked on many blockchain projects where I’ve seen clients […]

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