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SANEA Blockchain and Electricity

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SANEA Blockchain and Electricity

  1. 1. SANEA Blockchain Introduction Blockchain and Electricity Paul Mitchell @ PWC 07 02 20 18 David Lipschitz From PWC SA Fintech Lead, Financial Strategist “BC implications for our clients” Intro To Blockchain and energy Other Blockchains HashGraph What is Blockchain A distributed Ledger with applications beyond Bitcoin Bitcoin A currency that leverages Blockchain technology BC can enable profound business and operations transformation Key concepts Distributed Ledger Everyone has the same view of the ledger and has the same truth Cryptography Public key Infrastructure Integrity and Security of the information on the BC Consensus We all agree what the ledger should look like Which replaces the need for a third party to authorize transactions Smart Contracts The ability to run additional business logic means that agreement on the expected behavior of financial instruments can be embedded in the BC In a Distributed System Eg using Galileo booking system Building a system with smart contracts without human intervention If we compare where we are in BC with internet development, we are building the tcipip layer A brief foray into crypto currency Money Medium of Exchange Unit of account Store of value Also Crypto currencies or virtual currencies set out to mimic those through the combination of cryptography, game theory and economics Explaining “tokens”where BIC is a token ICO Initial Coin Offerings Eg FileCoin Uses in energy Alternative funding mechanisms Turning sunshine into BIC People share into a PV system EnerChain Peer to peer energy systems (Brooklyn Microgrid) NEM A new kind of energy market BC is a key enabler for this business model but not the full story mobile smart devices, apis, peer to peer, etc add more to the puzzle Game theory Behavioural economics Eg SolarCoin Carbon Trading Markets The future What’s next for BC? CryptoKitty A unique digital asset With a rarity value With digital scarcity Prevents spending the same currency twice New tech, blended Digital Transformation Web 3.0 BC IOT RPA Robotic Process Automation Cloud AI Other tech [Notes] Discuss the trusted third party intermediary, Eg the bank or credit card company Self regulation in the Voluntary City Friendly Society with societies being created and creating their own law (inside the BC) Technology is ahead of regulators What do we need in a currency? We must be able to buy something, ie when we walk into a shop, the shopkeeper must accept my currency We need to easily be able to buy and sell the currency with other currencies, Eg Rands to Bitcoin, or Rands to Dollars We need volume We need volatility

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