Blockchain promises a future where all transactions can be logged, viewed and monitored in real time. Keeping track of profit and loss statements, incoming and outgoing transactions and reporting requirements is a daunting challenge these days. Systems are not connected and need to be reconciled manually, so auditing is a complex and expensive task. The technology behind Bitcoin, blockchain, can bring these three different streams together in such a way that the transaction will drive both your balance sheet as well as your reporting results. In this video we explain how this can work in practice for your organization and why auditors and regulators are so optimistic about blockchain technology.
We evaluated 10 projects in the agricultural and food sector that showcase the possibilities of applying blockchain technology and can help you to design better solutions, from top-down disruptors to bottom-up improvers and from provable successes to preventable failures.
How Nightfall blockchain can help you to transact privately on public networks
There are a lot of false stories circulating about blockchain. The following three misconceptions must be eliminated as a matter of urgency.
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