Episode 25: Blockchain in the New Norm – Part 4

Continuing on looking at some of the blockchain powered #SafeBacktoWork solutions……. In this 4th episode of Blockchain in the New norm I share a couple more on the Covid-19 immunity passport solutions. These include the IOC AOKpass from International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)-Perlin-AOKpass-International SOS and QDX Health ID from Quantum Material Corp. Welcome to the […]

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Episode 24: Blockchain in the New Norm – Part 3

Many workers and employees would not feel comfortably safe to return in the absence of measures like mandatory testing. So what are employers doing to help reduce this anxiety and put employees at ease to work back in their offices? I take a look at some of the #SafeBacktoWork solutions out there. In this episode […]

Episode 23: Blockchain in the New Norm – Part 2 (Introduction on Safe back to work)

What does a #SafebacktoWork mean to you as an employee? And what is it for you as an enterprise? What systems need to be put in place to instil a sense of safety and security – not just for your employees but also for your business stakeholders? And while at this, can you help in […]

Episode 22: Blockchain in the New Norm – Part 1 (An Introduction)

How has the Covid-19 pandemic redefined work and business? How are enterprises assuring a Safe back to work? How are they getting back to transacting business in the new norm? And how is Blockchain helping enterprises through this transition? I take a look at this in my new podcast series – Blockchain in the New […]

Episode 19: Blockchain in Public sector – Part 12 (Combating Corruption)

After talking about using blockchain to fight corruption subjects – Registration of assets, tracking of transactions, Identity management and voting – here is the second part taking a look at another corruption target i.e. government procurement. Plus a few thoughts on overall strategy with blockchain to combat corruption. All this here in the 12th episode […]

Episode 18: Blockchain in Public sector – Part 11 (Combating Corruption)

How to solve a problem like corruption? Corruption is strongly associated with opaque, hidden transactions, distorting of documents and records. Blockchain provides transparency, and immutability. Corruption is associated with centralization and misuse of power – a strong link is observed between number of intermediaries and corruption. And Blockchain is all about decentralization. So, can blockchain […]

Episode 17: Blockchain in Public sector – Part 10 (To Blockchain or Not)

Blockchain has been evolving from a hot tech disruption buzzword towards actual business. But before jumping onto the bandwagon with all your resources and guns firing, there is one basic question we need to answer and that is – To Blockchain or not to Blockchain. A look at a Blockchain use case selection Framework in […]

Episode 15: Blockchain in Public sector – Part 8 (Some examples – UAE)

Supporting a secure data exchange by Abu Dhabi Digital Authority and the Smart Dubai blockchain payment reconciliation and settlement project are a couple of UAE public sector projects. A key finding here is that the core challenge remains in strategic, operational and regulatory aspects of implementation – rather than on the technical. A brief overview […]

Episode 14: Blockchain in Public sector – Part 7 (Some insights from India)

Sanctity of single source of truth, Suitability of atomic vs. non-atomic transactions, Integration with legacy systems, Initial cost of implementation – these and more as part of some key learnings from blockchain projects pursued by India think tank, Niti Aayog.   Welcome to the Blockchain Hustle where I take a look at some interesting plays […]

Episode 13: Blockchain in Public sector – Part 6 (Some insights from a few projects in Europe)

In the last couple of episodes, I shared a few examples of blockchain projects undertaken in the public sector in Europe. As a quick recap, these include – Land registry in Georgia, Academic credentials in Malta, Smart vouchers in Groningen, Netherlands, Decentralized ID management in Zug, Switzerland and Pension fund management again in Netherlands. In […]