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  • Linda Goetze
    Linda Goetze answered 10/29/2019

    Can the blockchain make the supply chain more transparent for consumers?

    "The blockchain" won't make "the supply chain more transparent for consumers" but there are blockchains that can be structured in such a way that the public can access supply chain information in a permissioned manner. The organizations building out the individual blockchain networks will have to ch... more

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  • Javvy Trading Co. answered 10/28/2019

    Does your KYC system for Identification Verification work globally?

    Thank you for your question. Yes. Our KYC works globally, except that we automatically decline any countries that specifically ban cryptocurrency (of which there are just a few currently). For the more difficult documents (i.e. tough for recognition software), our manual verification is completed wi... more

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  • Linda Goetze
    Linda Goetze answered 10/6/2019

    How do you select which 10 Digital Asset Exchanges get included in the CREBACO 50 Report?

    As people will be looking at the CREBACO report as a resource to know which exchanges are high quality and safe and which are not, there is a big responsibility in this choice.  To be globally relevant, the list needs to include the exchanges that have ease of access for citizens of countries a... more

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  • David Bishop
    David Bishop answered 9/8/2019

    What do you feel the role of the Blockchain Chamber of Commerce should be when it comes to validating blockchain projects? Should only vetted individuals and organizations with working blockchains that provide a verifiable value-add the community be allowed to be members of the...

    With emerging technology such as blockchain you may need to keep the door open for a while, as the most value-added projects are still yet to come.  Value-add may be difficult to gauge for many early-stage projects.  It may be a good idea to monitor the progress of individuals (members) on... more

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  • Ron Ribitzky, MD
    Ron Ribitzky, MD answered 9/3/2019

    In your opinion what are the top use cases for Blockchain in the health care vertical?

    Identity Management

    Consumer control of access to their data

    Incentive lifecycle management

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  • David Bishop
    David Bishop answered 9/3/2019

    Should an ecosystem that touts transparency as one of the key factors of blockchain be transparent about the speaking fees/expenses paid to keynotes as well as panelists? (At least averages that could be broken down by age, race, and gender would provide insights that could help...

    Not a bad idea.  But speaking fees are driven largely by celebrity/publications status more than anything else.  If they don't fall into one of those two categories then compensation may need to be reconsidered.  I recently chaired a conference for IEEE and we had some high profile sp... more

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  • David Bishop
    David Bishop answered 9/3/2019

    What aspects of blockchain, if any, are international standards commissions starting to incorporate?

    One of the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) technical committees (ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 41) which serves the Power Utility industry, are working to incorporate blockchain technology into IoT solutions, which could serve as the backbone for Smart Cities projects and others.  This work ... more

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  • David Bishop
    David Bishop answered 9/3/2019

    What are the best use cases and examples for Blockchain in Supplychain?    How does it affect SupplyChain practices? 

    Provenance (tracking of goods) and Regulatory compliance seem to be the most important use cases related to supply chain, and these can be broken down into several sub-segments.  

    By documenting the provenance of goods as they move thru the supply chain, the breadth of recalls can be reduced an... more

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  • Linda Goetze
    Linda Goetze answered 7/30/2019

    Each of the Big Four auditors are making announcements about Blockchain these days. Are there ways in which each of their approaches differ?

    Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, and Pricewaterhouse Coopers are ALL heavily invested in the integration of blockchain into enterprise level organizations.  Regulatory uncertainty has been an issue for them all and most of their focus has been on POC's and not large scale implementations.&nbs... more

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