It turns out, all along, blockchain is not the technology of tomorrowNo, indeed, it’s the technology of today. We figure that part of the veiled mystery which surrounds blockchain is the pervading sense of mañana.
This week we ran a (cracking) workshop with QEM – and amongst other things we kept coming back to something of a chestnut of a question – what is the simplest figurative representation of a blockchain?
Blocknorth, along with Muckle Solicitors and Barclays Eagle Labs were delighted to be invited to present to the Common Purpose North East Of England Graduate Connect Event, March 12th 2019, which focussed on the impact of emerging technologies and their potential impact upon market sectors both in the immediate and in the future.
Blocknorth are delighted to announce the start of a new partnership relationship with QEM, a leading edge engineering company operating in both traditional and emerging technology markets.
We’ve allowed ourselves a modest bask in the afterglow of our very successful first ever Blocknorth Block Party, which we ran in February at Barclays Tuspark Eagle Labs (a heap big thanks to both Andrew Dixon and so and so…).
We were delighted to host another online Blocknorth think-shop session with Michael & Thomas Wedel from IBM Europe, covering many things, cabbages and kings. One of the elements of the think-shop which struck me was an echo of a conversation we’d recently had with one of our technology clients, during which we had tried to define what might be understood as the key characteristics of a blockchain system.
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