Blockchains and related distributed ledger technologies are fast evolving technologies with huge potential to disrupt many sectors across business, government and society. The concept of a blockchain was first introduced as the technical backbone of the digital currency Bitcoin, but is fast evolving into mainstream applications far beyond its initial purpose. Today, blockchain technology is showing great potential to disrupt industries including finance, healthcare, supply chain management, legal, asset ownership, and many more.

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On this topic page you can find many relevant articles and case studies on subjects such as blockchainscrypto currencies, Bitcoin,  Ethereum, other distributed ledger technologies and how these technologies are used in practice.

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