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BASEL BERN BRUGG DÜSSELDORF FRANKFURT A.M. FREIBURG I.BR. GENF
HAMBURG KOPENHAGEN LAUSANNE MÜNCHEN STUTTGART WIEN ZÜRICH
B...
Agenda
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?2 15.09.2017
1. Intro
2. Benefits & Challenge
3. Application Industries
4. Initiative...
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?3 15.09.2017
INTRO
“Blockchain could slash the cost of
transactions and reshape the
economy”...
Abstract
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?4 15.09.2017
Blockchain is no longer considered a technology of the darknet any
mor...
The 5 Principles of Blockchain
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?5 15.09.2017
1. Distributed Database: Direct access for every...
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?6 15.09.2017
Benefits & Challenges
“There are many variables, but it
can succeed”
(Seven of ...
Seven Challenges….
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?7 15.09.2017
Nascent technology
Uncertain regulatory status
Large energy ...
…but Nine Benefits
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?8 15.09.2017
Disintermediation & trustless exchange
Empowered users
High ...
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?9 15.09.2017
Application Industries
Application Industries
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?10 15.09.2017
The Mega-Master Blockchain List: 84 Blockchain Applicat...
Medicine
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?11 15.09.2017
Patient Perspective:
Central Patient Data Record: A dream comes troug...
Medicine – Examples 1/2
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?12 15.09.2017
Source: Ch. Czeschik, R. Stambolija: A Quick Guide to ...
Medicine – Examples 2/2
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?13 15.09.2017
Source: Ekblaw et Al: MedRec Whitepaper, MIT & Beth Is...
Utilities – Potential use cases
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?14 15.09.2017
Source: DENA: Blockchain in der Energiewende
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15 15.09.2017
Initiatives & Consortia
Consortia
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?16 15.09.2017
Consortia
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?17 15.09.2017
Standards: ISO/TC 307, ISITC BLOCKCHAIN WORKING GROUP , KINAKUTA
(SM...
Blockchain: Relevant for whom?18 15.09.2017
How to proceed?
“The Blockchain & You”
Do I have a typical blockchain use case?
19 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Core aspects.
20 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data.
21 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data.
22 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data.
23 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data.
24 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data.
25 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Parties.
26 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Hardware.
27 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case? After saving.
28 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
Do I have a typical blockchain use case?
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Blockchain: Relevant for whom?30 15.09.2017
Key Findings
Key Findings
Blockchain is a blueprint for industries to evaluate processes, especially for
intercompany processes
Blockch...
Next Steps of Trivadis
Collect and harden use cases
Discuss architectures
Pursue internal implementation
Conduct Technolog...
Your Next Steps
Engage in your industry
Ask Trivadis for advice and support
Conduct Technology Incentive Partnership Proje...
Questions and Answers
Andreas Mengel, Daniel Liebhart
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Blockchain is no longer considered a technology of the darknet only. Companies are evaluating and implementing blockchain-based applications. This session will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the blockchain approach, potential and actual implementations, chances for Trivadis building up blockchain solutions and technical environments required.

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Trivadis TechEvent 2017 Blockchain: relevant for whom by Andreas Mengel and Daniel Liebhart

  1. 1. BASEL BERN BRUGG DÜSSELDORF FRANKFURT A.M. FREIBURG I.BR. GENF HAMBURG KOPENHAGEN LAUSANNE MÜNCHEN STUTTGART WIEN ZÜRICH Blockchain: Relevant for whom? Reflections on the future Andreas Mengel, Daniel Liebhart
  2. 2. Agenda Blockchain: Relevant for whom?2 15.09.2017 1. Intro 2. Benefits & Challenge 3. Application Industries 4. Initiatives & Consortia 5. How to proceed
  3. 3. Blockchain: Relevant for whom?3 15.09.2017 INTRO “Blockchain could slash the cost of transactions and reshape the economy” (M. Iansiti & K. Lakhani – Harvard Business Review 2017)
  4. 4. Abstract Blockchain: Relevant for whom?4 15.09.2017 Blockchain is no longer considered a technology of the darknet any more. Companies are evaluating and implementing blockchain based applications. This session will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the blockchain approach, potential and actual implementations, chances for Trivadis building up blockchain solutions and environments.
  5. 5. The 5 Principles of Blockchain Blockchain: Relevant for whom?5 15.09.2017 1. Distributed Database: Direct access for every party without any intermediary 2. P2P Transmission: Distributet store and forward instead of central node 3. Transparency: Information available for every party with pseudonymity 4. Irreversibility of Records: Historical storage of information (as chains) instead of single update records. 5. Computational Logic: Programmable transactions Source: M. Iansiti & K. Lakhani: The Truth About Blockchain, Harvard Business Review Jan-Feb 2017
  6. 6. Blockchain: Relevant for whom?6 15.09.2017 Benefits & Challenges “There are many variables, but it can succeed” (Seven of Nine – Startrek)
  7. 7. Seven Challenges…. Blockchain: Relevant for whom?7 15.09.2017 Nascent technology Uncertain regulatory status Large energy consumption Control, security, and privacy Integration concerns Cultural adoption Cost
  8. 8. …but Nine Benefits Blockchain: Relevant for whom?8 15.09.2017 Disintermediation & trustless exchange Empowered users High quality data Durability, reliability, and longevity Process integrity Transparency and immutability Ecosystem simplification Faster transactions Lower transaction costs
  9. 9. Blockchain: Relevant for whom?9 15.09.2017 Application Industries
  10. 10. Application Industries Blockchain: Relevant for whom?10 15.09.2017 The Mega-Master Blockchain List: 84 Blockchain Applications (Financial Instruments, Records & Models, Public Records, Private Records, Semi-Public Records, Physical Asset Keys, Intangibles, Others...) Moody’s Top: Source: L. Parker: Adoption, Blockchain, Report
  11. 11. Medicine Blockchain: Relevant for whom?11 15.09.2017 Patient Perspective: Central Patient Data Record: A dream comes trough! Patients control: Their data – access is central & protocolled! Result: Better & more available data = better care for the patient! Provider Perspective: Health Information Exchange finally solved: The collaborative nature of creating and sharing data Avoid competition: Healthcare organizations have all access to the same information Potential threat alarming: Through contracts with patients and partner organizations Better Clinical Trial Results: Data can be shared for research activities Source: A. Schumacher: Blockchain & Healthcare - Strategy Guide
  12. 12. Medicine – Examples 1/2 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?12 15.09.2017 Source: Ch. Czeschik, R. Stambolija: A Quick Guide to Blockchain in Healthcare Death trough counterfeits: WHO: 10% of wordwide medical drugs are counterfeits Europe: The online drug problem Other: 8000 death in India (2013) because of an counterfeit antibiotic without any ingredient
  13. 13. Medicine – Examples 2/2 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?13 15.09.2017 Source: Ekblaw et Al: MedRec Whitepaper, MIT & Beth Israel 2016
  14. 14. Utilities – Potential use cases Blockchain: Relevant for whom?14 15.09.2017 Source: DENA: Blockchain in der Energiewende
  15. 15. Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15 15.09.2017 Initiatives & Consortia
  16. 16. Consortia Blockchain: Relevant for whom?16 15.09.2017
  17. 17. Consortia Blockchain: Relevant for whom?17 15.09.2017 Standards: ISO/TC 307, ISITC BLOCKCHAIN WORKING GROUP , KINAKUTA (SMART CONTRACTS SECURITY), CHINALEDGER ALLIANCE, HYPERLEDGER FOUNDATION, GLOBAL BLOCKCHAIN COUNCIL, ... Logistics: DUTCH LOGISTICS GROUP Insurance: B3I Health Care: HASHED HEALTH, HYPERLEDGER HEALTHCARE WORKING GROUP, BLOCKRX PROJECT Finance: PTDL GROUP, R3, FINANCIAL BLOCKCHAIN SHENZHEN CONSORTIUM, RUSSIAN BANKS CONSORTIUM, ACCOUNTING CONSORTIUM, RIPPLE JAPANESE BANKS CONSORTIUM, CULEDGER, SWISS INDUSTRY CONSORTIUM, FUND CHAIN, DIGITAL ASSET HOLDINGS, .... More to follow from other industries?
  18. 18. Blockchain: Relevant for whom?18 15.09.2017 How to proceed? “The Blockchain & You”
  19. 19. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? 19 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  20. 20. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Core aspects. 20 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  21. 21. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data. 21 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  22. 22. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data. 22 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  23. 23. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data. 23 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  24. 24. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data. 24 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  25. 25. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Data. 25 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  26. 26. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Parties. 26 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  27. 27. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? Hardware. 27 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  28. 28. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? After saving. 28 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  29. 29. Do I have a typical blockchain use case? 29 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  30. 30. Blockchain: Relevant for whom?30 15.09.2017 Key Findings
  31. 31. Key Findings Blockchain is a blueprint for industries to evaluate processes, especially for intercompany processes Blockchain is another means of (re-)digitizing business processes Blockchain can speed up your future business Blockchain will have many siblings „The parallels between blockchain and TCP/IP are clear. TCP/IP unlocked new economic value by dramatically lowering the cost of connections. Similarly, blockchain could dramatically reduce the cost of transactions. It has the potential to become the system of record for all transactions.“ (Source: M. Iansiti & K. Lakhani: The Truth About Blockchain) 31 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  32. 32. Next Steps of Trivadis Collect and harden use cases Discuss architectures Pursue internal implementation Conduct Technology Incentive Partnership Projects with customers Interact with industry consortia Develop standards for data model connectors Implement integration scenarios Provide reporting hub architectures Involve more colleagues 32 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  33. 33. Your Next Steps Engage in your industry Ask Trivadis for advice and support Conduct Technology Incentive Partnership Projects with Trivadis Challenge your business model processes with the blockchain Interact with your industry‘s consortium Develop a blockchain platform for your industry Invent a blockchain-based business model Put your business on a blockchain 33 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017
  34. 34. Questions and Answers Andreas Mengel, Daniel Liebhart 15.09.2017 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?34
  35. 35. Your immediate Next Steps Please use the Trivadis Events mobile app to give feedback on each session Use "My schedule" if you have registered for a session Otherwise use "Agenda" and the search function If the mobile app does not work (or if you have a Windows smartphone), use your smartphone browser URL: http://trivadis.quickmobileplatform.eu/ User name: <your_loginname> (such as “svv”) Password: sent by e-mail... 35 Blockchain: Relevant for whom?15.09.2017

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