Saturday June 6, 2020

Blockchain begins

After the hype has died down, the question isn’t what’s next for blockchain, but how can it realise its potential, writes Quinton O’Reilly

6th May, 2018
Catherine Doyle, enterprise sales director, Dell EMC

For a while, it was difficult to escape the talk around blockchain and how it was going to change the world.

Many different technology trends such as big data, artificial intelligence and Internet of Things had gone through the same hype circle, before it died down.

Blockchain seems to be going through the same cycle, but as Catherine Doyle of Dell EMC said, the important part of all of this is that you shouldn’t write...

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