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Blockchain : insights you need from Harvard Business Review

By: Tucker, CatherineMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Insights you need from Harvard Business ReviewPublication details: Boston Harvard Business Review Press 2019Description: 174pISBN: 9781633697911Subject(s): Blockchains (Databases) | Data encryption (Computer science) | Financial institutions - Technological innovationsDDC classification: 005.74 Summary:
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Table of Contents:-

Section 1. Understanding blockchain:
1. The truth about blockchain: it will take years to transform business, but the journey begins now / Marco Iansiti and Karim R. Lakhani
2. A brief history of blockchain: it's come a long way in 10 years / Vinay Gupta
3. The blockchain will do to the financial system what the internet did to media: what we can learn from the evolution of another groundbreaking technology / Joichi Ito, Neha Narula, Robleh Ali
4. Who controls the blockchain: no one, and everyone, by design / Patrick Murck
5. How safe are blockchains? it depends: the security issues are different in public and private networks / Allison Berke
6. What blockchain can't do: someone needs to verify the link between digital records and physical objects / Catherine Tucker and Christian Catalani

Section 2. Blockchain and business:
7. How blockchain is changing finance: it could reduce friction and costs / Alex Tapscott and Don Tapscott
8. As cryptocurrencies rise, who needs banks?: it's a tough time to be a middleman / Antonio Fatás and Beatrice Weder di Mauro
9. Global supply chains are about to get better, thanks to blockchain: we'll be able to track goods between companies and across borders / Michael J. Casey and Pindar Wong
10. What blockchain means for the sharing economy: the role of platforms will become less important / Primavera De Filippi
11. How blockchain can help marketers build better relationships with their customers: for one, the technology can cut down on spam and fraud / Campbell R. Harvey, Christine Moorman, and Marc Toledo
12. Blockchain could help artists profit more from their creative works: movie studios and record companies should take note / Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott

Section 3. The future of blockchain:
13. Does your idea actually require blockchain?: what Chinese #MeToo activism teaches us about data integrity / Catherine Tucker and Yudan Pang
14. How regulation could help cryptocurrencies grow: entrepreneurs sit on the sidelines for fear of innocently running afoul of the law / Stephen J. Obie and Mark W. Rasmussen
15. Using blockchain to keep public data public: information is under attack / Brian Forde
16. Blockchain will help us prove our identities in a digital world: and the benefits will accrue to all rungs of society / Michael Mainelli
17. Making cryptocurrency more environmentally sustainable: in one year, blockchain activity used more power than 159 individual nations / Marc Blinder.

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