Blockchain: Technology that doesn’t create a leader
When? May 1st @ 3pm -4pm
Traditional technology evolution is always looking for a winner or leader. The premise of blockchain could be one of the first technologies where being a leader provides no real benefit for an enterprise, where the business is looking to create [authorised] interconnectivity across enterprises and the premise that one consortium or standalone providers chest thumping is not in the interest of business collaboration
Think about a petrol/gas/electric charging station. These are not created for only one brand of vehicle, they are there to provide a network of energy provision for everyone. The Gospel team will discuss with the audience why collaboration across blockchain architectures for the [authorised] network of data sharing and should be used consistently when future proofing the implementation of distributed ledger.