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Digital identity on blockchain

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The current model for managing identity is quickly becoming unsustainable – costly, disjointed and all too fallible. Blockchain, the technology underlying distributed ledgers shared across a scalable group of individuals and institutions, takes a new approach. It shifts the lens from disparate bits of information held by different owners to an always up-to-date lifetime history of data related to a person, place or thing. In effect, data tracked on a blockchain becomes a single source of truth. How should organizations approach this new opportunity?

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Jai S. Arun

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, Program Director, Blockchain, Identity/ Security Solutions, IBM

Alexander Carmichael

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, Chief Operating Officer, Promontory Financial Group Australasia LLP

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