Blockchain: From Bitcoin to the Internet of Value and beyond
Information Systems (IS) scholars have made significant contributions to blockchain knowledge since blockchain technologies were first implemented in 2009 with the launch of Bitcoin. JIT invited Mary Lacity, director of the Blockchain Center of Excellence at the University of Arkansas, to provide an overview of the major innovations, explain how early enterprise adopters are using these innovations, and where these technologies might be headed. This paper, formatted as a conversation, hopes to inspire more IS scholars to engage in this rapidly evolving area.DOWNLOAD PREVIEW
How the Pandemic Is Pushing Blockchain Forward by Remko van Hoek and Mary Lacity
How the Pandemic Is Pushing Blockchain Forward. by Remko van Hoek and Mary Lacity
Blockchain for Business Conference 2019 University of Arkansas
The brave new world of blockchain potentially transforms the financial structures we have come to know and feel ambivalent about. What does a decentrallized, secure system mean for our society?