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At a recent workshop I was asked to provide examples of new markets that blockchain technologies are creating. I could not answer that off the cuff and on further reflection I remembered back to the days of the internet and world wide web when...

Functional Requirements Specifications? It is important to remember that a Functional Requirement Specification (FRS) is not a Technical specification. From the 'applied blockchain' perspective, we talk often about developing a Functional Requirements Specification. We are in fact specifying what the blockchain network is required to do...

I was trawling through the IBM website, as you do...

Early adopters of blockchain have predominantly been building their models on private or consortium blockchains. Seems to be a far easier transition from a centralised system I expect, both technically and culturally and in terms of scaling. At one point I was wondering about the future...

It is true that blockchain is not a solution for everything. The saying "if it ain't broken then don't fix it" has a lot of truth. There are decisions to make about the cost benefit of transitioning existing centralised systems (that work) to a blockchain...

Maintaining that initial excitement and commitment to gaining your qualification is not a given! Like everything worthwhile it takes discipline, planning and persistence to achieve your objective. Study is absolutely no different. As a veteran trainer & assessor in vocational education, I find the single biggest...

It maybe easier to describe what Applied Blockchain is not! Applied Blockchain is not about developing blockchain code or building a blockchain network or ecosystem, but rather how blockchain technology is applied to a new or existing business model. Applied Blockchain addresses the strategy and planning...

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