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Blockchain for Business

by: Arun Jai Singh

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Retail Price: $37.95

Publisher: Pearson Education,25/03/19

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ISBN: 0135581354
ISBN13: 9780135581353

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Blockchain enables enterprises to reinvent processes and business models and to pursue radically disruptive applications. Blockchain for Business is a concise, accessible, and pragmatic guide to both the technology and the opportunities it creates.

Authored by three experts from IBM's Enterprise Blockchain practice, it introduces industry-specific and cross-industry use cases, and reviews best-practice approaches to planning and delivering blockchain projects. With a relentless focus on real-world business outcomes, the authors reveal what blockchain can do, what it can't do yet, and where it's headed.

Understand five elements that make blockchain so disruptive: transparency, immutability, security, consensus, and smart contracts
Explore key use cases: cross-border payments, food and drug safety, provenance, trade finance, clinical trials, land registries, and more
See how trusted blockchain networks are facilitating entirely new business models
Compare blockchain types: permissioned, permissionless, private, public, federated, and hybrid
Anticipate key technical, business, regulatory, and governance challenges
Build blockchain financial models, investment rubrics, and risk frameworks
Organise and manage teams to transform blockchain plans into reality