Category Archives: Blockchain

How Blockchain Technology Can Save The IRS

The IRS plans to spend $291 million updating 140 computer systems to help it implement the new tax law and a private blockchain platform will be at the center of this transformation. “For example, when a bank or financial institutions transfers … Continue reading

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Blockchain: a story of potential, and patience

Today Forrester sent out this email: “Blockchain’s potential is huge, but let’s face it: the technology simply isn’t ready for your business. In 2018, blockchain projects will fall into one of three categories: 1) Pure R&D; 2) Immediate (but small-scale) business benefit ; … Continue reading

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Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification 1.0

Announced today, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has released the Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification 1.0. Until today, organizations had to create proprietary versions of a permissioned corporate Ethereum implementation. Thanks to the EEA’s new client spec, the global development community can now design their Ethereum solutions via … Continue reading

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bpmNEXT Conference: Santa Barbara, Apr 17-19

bpmNEXT-2018 is not a typical conference pitching case studies to newbies. bpmNEXT is for those already neck-deep in this technology revolution and keen to know what’s coming next. Not just hear about it, but see it, touch it, and influence it. This year … Continue reading

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How Bitcoin Actually Works

Bitcoin price quickly passed $5,000, $11,000, and $17,000 (today) milestones. This 25 mins video explains how Bitcoin actually works.

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Announcing the Logical Contracts Server

Prof. Bob Kowalski and his colleagues at Imperial College London announced the Logical Contracts Server that incorporates extensions of LPS (Logic Production System) to facilitate deployment of smart contracts. Its website contains a link to a preliminary version, now available for trial. It … Continue reading

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On the Road to Self-Sovereign Identity

In the upcoming world of self-sovereign identity every person, organization, or thing will have its own truly-independent digital identity that no other person, company, or government can take away.  Consider this scenario: “Let’s say ‘Sam’ is applying for a car loan … Continue reading

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