Basel, Switzerland
December 12-15
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Wednesday, December 12 • 13:50 - 14:30
Cryptoeconomics of Enterprise Blockchains - John-Paul Thorbjornsen, CanYa & Rory Houston, Skyy Network

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Enterprise blockchains are fundamentally redundant, shared-access blockchains with high fault tolerance. Deploying an enterprise blockchain is far more expensive to implement and maintain, but the cost-savings are realised beyond the infrastructure layer. Enterprise users realise efficiency, compliance and governance cost savings when multiple enterprise users (or departments) can share fault-tolerant read/write access to a database that is a verifiable single-source of truth. Additionally, by using programmable money on a triple-entry ledger, multiple enterprise users can turn data access into its own economy that trustlessly distributes value where it is demanded.
In this talk, JP and Rory deep dive into real-world use cases that employs these principles to disrupt how enterprises share and monetise data using blockchains.

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Rory Houston

Founder, Skyy Network
Skyy Network is an autonomous, safe and redundant global aviation network built on Hyperledger, with the ambitious goal of redefining and replacing the worlds aviation infrastructure. Starting with safety critical aviation information and autonomous drone networks.
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John-Paul Thorbjornsen

CoFounder, Skyy Network
John-Paul Thorbjornsen is a passionate leader in aviation, blockchain and open-source technologies. He is the co-founder of CanYa, a blockchain based open-source marketplace for services, the director of Bountysource, the largest open-source bounty hunting platform in the world, sits... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 13:50 - 14:30