11 December

Medienwandel durch/dank Blockchain

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Medienwandel durch/dank Blockchain

Morgen diskutieren Florian Glatz (Bundesverband Blockchain), Ramak Molavi (Policy Advisor iRights.Lab) und Andrea Bauer (BEAM, The Krypto Economy) mit iRights.Lab zum Medienwandel durch/mit Blockchain. Kommt um 19 Uhr ins Literaturhaus Berlin (Fasanenstraße 23). Wir sitzen im Kaminzimmer und freuen uns auf Euch! Anmeldung bitte per Kurznachricht an events@irights-lab.de. Mehr Infos: hier

9 November

Das Blockchain Seminar

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Das Blockchain Seminar

Am 27.11.2018 findet das “Blockchain Seminar” in Berlin im Michelberger Hotel statt. In dem Tagesseminar erfährst Du von Hintergründen, Funktionsweisen, Anwendungsfällen und den Zukunftspotenzialen der dezentralen Technologie. Es ist für all jene geeignet, die Blockchain grundlegend für sich funktional verinnerlichen, unternehmerisch einschätzen und im Rahmen der digitalen Unternehmensstrategie einbetten wollen. Hier findest Du mehr Informationen auf

16 October

Have you bought your last car?

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Have you bought your last car?

Yesterday I was invited to be part of the BMW Group Dialogues in Berlin, where we discussed the future of mobility, cities in progress, and sustainable transportation. We were deeply looking into car-less cities, or cities with a seamless conjunction of a wide range of mobility services. A growing number of technology analysts are predicting

13 July

‘Privacy preserving’ smart contracts

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‘Privacy preserving’ smart contracts

Blockchain computer programs are pretty smart—that’s why we call them smart contracts—but they’re also pretty weak. If they’re going to achieve many of the lofty, world-changing goals that blockchain proponents say they will, like revolutionize healthcare and the energy industry, and give people back control of their personal data online, they’re going to need a revolution in how

14 June

Centralized Exchanges vs. Decentralized Exchanges

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Centralized Exchanges vs. Decentralized Exchanges

There are currently a staggering 1600+ different digital currencies which can be traded on over 200 different exchanges, according to Coinmarketcap. Each exchange differs from the next, although they can at their core be placed into two categories; centralized exchanges and decentralized exchanges. Although they have become integral to the blockchain ecosystem, some believe that the