For the past few years I have been working on Blockchain for Enterprises, and I get a lot of questions about where to get started. There are a lot of complicated explanations about the technology of blockchain, but I try to talk about how Blockchain (or Distributed Ledger Technology) is different to traditional databases; where it can be useful and how it will be adopted. If these things interest you too, then you will find the articles below a good starting point. I’m thrilled that I have had articles published in some prestigious publications, I hope you enjoy them. As always, I love feedback and discussions so please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
These four design patterns are a good way to categorize use cases and also stimulate ideas for use cases in your industry.
This is a more comprehensive (but very readable) explanation of the four patterns of use cases in a guest blog post I authored back in 2017.
This article captures a lot of important points in how back office functions will be impacted by Blockchain technology.
My article explains how blockchains are different to a database and why for some applications they are a better option. It was exciting to have this highlighted on the cover of the print edition last year.
Some thoughts on where we will see the enterprise uptakes and what factors are needed for the “Killer App” to evolve.
I was interviewed for this article after presenting at a conference, I like that they opened with:
“one of the common bifurcations of blockchain types is between private and public blockchains, such as explained here in a blog on the AICPA website. David Haimes, believes this to be a “false dichotomy.”
The article is a good read and I get to explain the differences between Permissioned versus Permissionless Blockchain networks.