Blockchain, often described as a distributed ledger, allows for public decentralized transactions without the need for third-party intervention. And since the interaction is public, blockchain technology offers a reliable, incorruptible infrastructure. Is this security value just limited to cryptocurrency or can it influence network designs? How can/does blockchain’s reliable peer-to-peer communication model lend itself to more effective IoT ecosystems, software defined networking and even Blockchain-as-a-Transport (BaaT)? This roundtable will explore blockchain network developments, opportunities and what’s next, including the top 3-5 ways to efficiently leverage the power of blockchain technology to provide more reliable networks internationally.

  • Redistribute the cost of data
  • Education (undo the Bitcoin damage – especially in the U.S.)
  • Security
  • Who Do You Trust
  • Redefinition of Procurement
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