Ethereum

10 things you need to know about Ethereum

Blockchain

Blockchain is useful for more than just Bitcoin - it has the potential to change the fabric of markets. At its core, blockchain is a data structure that forms a public ledger. The distributed ledger acts as a transparent and secure way to track executed transactions, acting as a single source of truth. Blockchain will not only provide numerous opportunities and efficiencies for the financial services industry, it can vastly reduce the cost and complexity of business processes across other sectors.

10 things you need to know about Ethereum

Part of KWM's digital fundamentals series, discover the what, how and why of Ethereum.

07 August 2017
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10 things you need to know about Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)

The who, the what and the why of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)

03 July 2017
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Technical insight and strategic foresight: CSIRO’s Data61 releases blockchain study.

The CSIRO’s Data61 reports contain scientific research on learnings from blockchain’s use, gives guidance on what blockchain could mean and shows how a future with blockchain might be...

07 June 2017
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Navigating the blockchain path: Australia’s ASIC releases guidance

Australia’s securities and investments regulator, ASIC, has released guidance on the use of distributed ledger technology (including blockchain) in financial services and financial markets.

20 March 2017
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Putting Australia on the blockchain map - Standards Australia releases Roadmap for Blockchain Standards

Yesterday, Standards Australia released its Roadmap for Blockchain Standards; marking its role at the forefront of international standards and setting the blueprint for Australia's leadership.

03 March 2017
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Setting the standard: Australia’s leading role in International Blockchain Standards

Today the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) cemented Australia’s leadership role in defining the global landscape for the implementation of blockchain technology.

15 September 2016
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10 things you need to know about decentralised autonomous organisations

DAOs are a re-imagined form of business vehicle, somewhere between a collective investment structure, a partnership, a venture capital fund, and a crowdsourcing platform.

16 August 2016
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Kicking the tyres before lighting the fires: Design-thinking a blockchain health-check

Technical and non-technical questions that a successfully networked application of blockchain integrated with financial systems should be able to address.

02 August 2016
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How to use humans to make “smart contracts” truly smart

Strip away the hype. Decode the buzzwords. We propose a new "DnA" architecture for smart contracts, a blend of human and machine, available open source.

07 July 2016
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Chain reaction

Partners Andrew Wingfield and Scott Farrell discuss the potential of blockchain to transform the luxury sector in an article for Luxury Briefing.

14 March 2016
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