In this video, learn how blockchains can help you distinguish real from fake—whether people, machines, and assets. You don't have an efficient, reliable way today to know what is real and what is false or forged in your digital world.
- We're living in a trust crisis. … Blockchains offer hope. … Technology has made it easier to commit forgery, … make fakes, or impersonate others. … And it's become really hard for all of us to know … what's real in our digital world, … but in our physical world, it's easier. … Let me illustrate. … Could you grab my purse? … So my daughter has been helping me with the camera all day. … Thank you, sweetie. … And, so I want to show you how you can see quite clearly … that this $20 bill moves from me to my daughter. … It's very easy to see that I no longer have it. … Yeah, you can keep it. … I don't longer have it and she does. … But let's say I want to make a digital version … of that $20 bill. … We haven't had a way to authenticate … that a digital form of an asset is the real thing … without using middlemen like a bank. … And so if I had a digital version of that $20 bill … I could copy it. … I could give it to you. … I could go spend that same $20 again … on weights for the home gym …
Alison begins by explaining what blockchains accomplish, how they make it safer for everyone to work together, and where they do—and do not—deliver value. Then, she details the new tools that blockchains offer business, including how they can help you discern what's real from what's false in your digital world. Plus, learn how blockchains can impact different departments within your business, from finance to HR.