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Saturday, December 31, 2011

John Engates, Chief Evangelist, Rackspace: Blockchain will move beyond cryptocurrency.
“One of my favorite examples of a non-financial blockchain use comes from Provenance, a UK-based software company, which successfully piloted the use of blockchain and smart tagging to track tuna from catch to consumer, allowing for verifiable social sustainability claims, among other benefits.

Peter Loop, Associate Vice President and Senior Principal Technology Architect, Infosys:
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  • "Blockchain will drive digital transformation of the enterprise specifically with automation, digitization of processes, tokenization of physical assets and activities and codification of complex contracts."
  • "The insurance sector will emerge as a hot area for blockchain technologies. Claims processing and complex multi-party processes like subrogation will show the business value of blockchain based automation."
  • "With major breaches such as Equifax (the credit rating system) proving that you cannot safeguard current identity data systems, the need for a more secure blockchain based identity approach, where no one holds all the keys, will emerge."

Rohit Adlakha, VP of Wipro HOLMESEnterprises will start investing in blockchain.
“The next application of blockchain will be hyperledgers:  Blockchain’s ability to force transparency and security across every transaction will radically alter any industry that requires a transfer of assets or information based on trust, while reducing friction and costs. In 2018, one of biggest use cases for blockchain will be the launch of hyperledgers for securing and authenticating documents better than traditional methods.
Maciej Kranz, VP at Cisco Systems:  IoT devices will converge with machine learning/artificial intelligence (AI), fog computing and blockchain technologies.
“This will help companies move from IoT initiatives that merely produce incremental gains, to those that create entirely new business models and revenue streams. This will allow companies to obtain greater value from their IoT investments and drive broader adoption.”
Bill Briggs, CTO and principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP: Blockchain to Blockchains:“Blockchain is moving rapidly from exploration into mission-critical production scenarios. Advanced use cases and increased adoption drives the need to coordinate, integrate, and orchestrate multiple blockchain initiatives within a large organization, potentially across multiple blockchains across a value chain.”
Sandy Steier, CEO of 1010data: Blockchain will enable new data analytics use cases.
The use of blockchain in a variety of applications across multiple industries will enable new data analytics–with high accuracy, privacy and identity protection–that provide significant value to both businesses and individuals. For example, in the finance and real estate industries, analytics around the mortgage approval process could be greatly streamlined. Borrowers could elect to share accurate personal income and expense metrics with lenders via a blockchain, bypassing the tortuous, expensive, fraud, error-prone and time consuming manual process of collecting paystubs, bank statements and other paper documents. With anonymity sufficiently ensured, these metrics could also be made available for aggregate analysis that would deliver insights enabling greater efficiencies in the lending process, including far more accurate prediction of creditworthiness. Other powerful possibilities exist in health and wellness, pharma, life sciences, finance, and additional sectors.”
Brian Shannon, Chief Strategy Officer, Dolphin Enterprise Solutions Corp.Transparency and secure access happens with blockchain.
Blockchain is here and now, and it will continue to gain traction as it provides transparency to the supply chain – especially in complex supply chain industries, such as the automotive and retail industries. 

Balakrishnan Dasarathy, professor at University of Maryland University College Graduate School:  The adoption of blockchain technology will impact cybersecurity big time.
One area in the application space—blockchain—is going to explode in 2018 and beyond. Blockchain is the technology that supports the use of vast distributed ledgers to record any transaction and track the movement of any asset, whether tangible, intangible, or digital and open to anyone.
“Blockchain technology’s disruptive aspect is its potential to eliminate intermediaries, such as government agencies, banks, clearing houses and companies like Uber, Airbnb and eBay. Blockchain provides these and other companies a measure of speed and cost savings when executing transactions. The blockchain shared, distributed and replicated ledger allows transacting parties to directly update the shared ledger for every transaction. Since parties interact directly through the shared ledger, they have to trust each other, and the transaction records in the shared ledgers should be visible only to the right parties. As such, cybersecurity technologies, specifically cryptography and access control, are critical enabling technologies for blockchain.”

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