This time, in his Blockchain Bytes column, Barry James explains why public Blockchain is like a freight-train in the clouds – and the reason why using such technology is often likened with “going down the rabbit hole.”
January’s headlines were dominated by a food hygiene scandal at one of the UK’s most prominent meat suppliers. The revelations have driven food safety to the top of the agenda for European FMCG companies.
While blockchain is being embraced, with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies the picture is very different with deeply held, and often hotly expressed, opinions broadly in the same opposing camps as for the last internet revolution: the World Wide Web.
Blockchain is a word most people have heard used, whether in relation to cryptocurrencies or as part of wider discussions around new technology. But what is it? And how is it likely to impact SMEs?
Blockchain is, slowly but surely, reaching corporate consciousness. As the Harvard Business Review has put it, blockchain is a “quiet revolution.”
Audio Network’s head of product Matthew Hawn explains why blockchain technology has the potential to become a game changer for the music industry.
Musician Imogen Heap has suggested the solution to people not investing in the “tarnished” music industry lies in tech and an automated payment process.