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“What Problems Can I Solve with Blockchain?”

More than you think and it’s actually much less complicated than it may sound.

Distributed ledger technologies, such as Blockchain, are technologies for creating, updating and aggregating decentralized digital records. Like the ancient stone ledgers that helped launch civilization, Blockchain technology promises to facilitate trade through trust and transparency.

That’s why smart integration of Blockchain technology can simplify operations, facilitate automation and turbocharge efficiency.

Are you considering Blockchain integration? This expert overview from the MIT Sloan Management Review will help you get your company off the blocks and moving in the right direction:

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What Problems Will You Solve with Blockchain?

To develop a smart approach to blockchain, focus on your organization’s unique strengths.

Teppo Felin and Karim Lakhani MIT Sloan Management Review
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You’ll see that the technology is already at work in health care, finance, supply chain management and more. But how about its governance and the changes it will bring to the concept of trust in general?

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The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust

Blockchain forces users to re-evaluate the concept of trust in commercial transactions.

Kevin Werbach MIT Press
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