Blockchain Use Cases

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 11, 2016     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  CHIEMSEE
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Blockchains Beyond the Hype: Overcoming the Current Limitation and Identifying the Real Value

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 14:30-15:30

Blockchains Beyond the Hype: Overcoming the Current Limitation and Identifying the Real Value
Dr. Jutta Steiner, Ethcore Ltd.

For the last few months, every day there has been a new announcement of a major corporate (successfully ?) trialing blockchain technology in a Proof-of-Concept. For anyone outside of the blockchain space and hype, it has become difficult to discern the signal from the noise. We will give a brief introduction into the true technical innovation of these open multi-user platforms and present several use cases where businesses can benefit: From IT security to data privacy to IoT.

How to Make the Blockchain a Reality
Dr. André Kudra, esatus AG • Ivan Niccolai, KuppingerCole • Sebastien Meunier, Chappuis Halder & Co. • Dr. Jutta Steiner, Ethcore Ltd.

Join this exciting panel on blockchain to learn how technology can disrupt the financial industry as well as any supply-chain and other transaction oriented busienss models, creating new growth potentials through competitive advantages, reduced cost and improved service quality. Blockchain is not yet ready to support industrial use cases. In this panel session we will discuss the requirements across industries and how to improve and accelerate the maturity of this shared ledger technology...

Proof of Identity for Refugees and Beyond: Blockchain Identity for the World

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 15:30-16:30

Proof of Identity for Refugees and Beyond: Blockchain Identity for the World
Joerg Resch, KuppingerCole • Kim Cameron, Microsoft • Pamela Dingle, Microsoft • Dr. Sridhar Muppidi, IBM Security • Mia Harbitz, World Bank Group • Balázs Némethi, Taqanu

Recent research estimates that there are 1.5 billion individuals who do not have any means to prove their legal identity. Failing states lacking to perform even the most basic administrative tasks, supressed ethnic groups, and of course all those who have to flee their home due to conflicts or disasters. New thinking is required to make identification available to all humans, and to help refugees and displaced people to cross borders and to apply for asylum. In this panel discussion, we...

Fintech, Insurtech, Supply Chain, Automotive: Use Cases where Blockchain meets IoT and Identity

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 17:30-18:30

Fintech, Insurtech, Supply Chain, Automotive: Use Cases where Blockchain meets IoT and Identity
Dave Miller, Covisint • Andrew Nash, CapitalOne • Adam Cooper, ID Crowd • Renske Vermolen, PwC • Emma Lindley, Visa • Andrew Tobin, TeleSign, Focus Images

During the first part of the blockchain track at EIC 2016, we have learned a lot about the concept and technology of Blockchain Identity. In this session we will build on this and have a look at what happens in different use case scenarios, if blockchain, the internet of things, identity and the need for privacy "collide". Has blockchain been the missing link to put the "platform" thought away from "Life Management Platforms" to make it a universally available...

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