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In this week’s Chain Reaction Imogen Bunyard of Qadre explains how blockchain-based solutions will fix problems that public services and the healthcare industry have struggled with for years. When you explain it to a total newcomer, how do you get people interested and excited about Blockchain, yet without being too technical? Explaining blockchain is difficult. Not because […]
1 week ago
When you explain it to a total newcomer, how do you get people interested and excited about Blockchain, yet without being too technical? I actually run a session called Blockchain in 5 Minutes. What I do is go back to basics and explain first of all what a ledger is, then what a shared ledger […]
3 weeks ago
Hi Don – Thanks for joining us to talk about tokenization, peer-to-peer decentralised trading and, of course, the current talk of the town, Initial Coin Offerings and token sales. But first, tell us, how did you end up getting interested in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology? I had admired the disruptive force of bitcoin and blockchain for some […]
4 weeks ago
“What we need is a better balance between sharing healthcare data and ensuring the security of that data”. Hi Navin – How did a busy doctor like you end up getting involved in a distributed technology project like The IOTA Foundation? Ha yes, people are often surprised by this. But I believe the underlying theme […]
2 months ago
This week on Chain Reaction we had a chat with Dave Gorman, Global Blockchain Labs Enablement at IBM. We discussed the need for greater interoperability, simplification and ease of use in blockchain technology, and why blockchain might make dodgy spinach a thing of the past: IBM has been pioneering a number of projects in the […]
2 months ago
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