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2017 Review

5 Blockchain Developments Coming in 2018

5 Blockchain Developments Coming in 2018

Peter Loop is associate vice president and senior principal technology architect at Infosys, where he focuses on delivering enterprise cryptocurrency and blockchain ledger technologies, API management and cloud migration of enterprise systems. This article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review opinion series. During the […]

Blockchain in the Boardroom: Moving Toward Enterprise Deployment

Blockchain in the Boardroom: Moving Toward Enterprise Deployment

Iliana Oris Valiente (CPA, CA, CBP) is a managing director and global blockchain innovation lead for Accenture’s emerging tech division. She is also the founder and chair of the board at ColliderX Blockchain R&D Hub. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in […]

Blockchain and the Rise of Transaction Technology

Blockchain and the Rise of Transaction Technology

Magda Borowik is the special envoy for fintech to the Minister of Digital Affairs of the Republic of Poland and the director of technology research at FinTech Poland. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. The last couple of years were […]

What the Data Tells Us About Bitcoin in 2017

What the Data Tells Us About Bitcoin in 2017

Jameson Lopp is an engineer at BitGo and the creator of Statoshi.info. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. I’ve always been fascinated with the raw numbers relating to the operational status and growth of bitcoin, especially as we ride the […]

2018: The Year Blockchain, AI and IoT Converge

2018: The Year Blockchain, AI and IoT Converge

Jalak Jobanputra is founder and managing partner of Future\Perfect Ventures, an early-stage venture fund investing in decentralization and digital assets. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. 2017 was the year that cryptocurrency became mainstream. But what’s even more exciting […]

Crypto Cat and Mouse: 2018 Will Be the Year of Policy Subterfuge

Crypto Cat and Mouse: 2018 Will Be the Year of Policy Subterfuge

Pavel Matveev is the CEO of Wirex, a bitcoin wallet and payment card provider. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. The new year will usher in regulatory arbitrage amongst companies that want to develop innovative solutions, as well as […]

Goodbye ICOs, Hello TAOs? How Tokens Will Change in 2018

Goodbye ICOs, Hello TAOs? How Tokens Will Change in 2018

Christopher Pallotta and Vincent Molinari are the co-founders of Templum, an alternative trading system designed for cryptographic assets. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. As we enter 2018, it appears that blockchain’s contribution to capital formation has only begun. An unfortunate influx […]

Beyond the Red Tape: The Path Ahead for Token Sales

Beyond the Red Tape: The Path Ahead for Token Sales

Mason Borda is a tech entrepreneur focusing on blockchain infrastructure and security. He is currently the CEO and co-founder of TokenSoft Inc, a crypto treasury management and white label token sale platform. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. It […]

2018: The Year We Democratize Blockchain

2018: The Year We Democratize Blockchain

Eric Piscini, a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP, is the global leader of Deloitte’s financial services blockchain consulting efforts and co-lead at its the global blockchain and cryptocurrency team. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. As the technology behind […]

Banks and the Blockchain Blues

Banks and the Blockchain Blues

Noelle Acheson is a veteran of company analysis and member of CoinDesk’s product team. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review. Like the misleading opening of a well-crafted thriller, the blockchain bustle in the banking sector is sending a confusing message. […]