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Blockchain is much more than the technology behind its still most successful application – the Bitcoin. One of its key attributes is the immutable storage of information. Besides other applications, this enables trustful online business between two or more individuals – without the need of any intermediary. Thus, the Blockchain is said to introduce the “Internet of Trust” as successor of the “Internet of Information”. In various workshops with industry, we have identified how organizations cope with this possibly disruptive technology. While some try to identify threats to their existing business models, others seek opportunities for new business. Generalizing from the many ideas, we identified several design patterns for use cases that are expected to be successful within the next years. In my talk, I will shortly present an overview of the fundamental Blockchain principles, and the identified use case design patterns.
Language: English • Duration: 19:33 • Resolution: 1280x720
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