Blockchain Validation: The Core of “Trust”

Posted October 16, 2019 | Technology |
Blockchain Validation

Given the distributed nature and the potential uncertainty of the elements contained in any blockchain event, validation is an essential component. In this Advisor, we discuss how blockchain could improve trust in, and dependability of, the business process under automation.

About The Author
Thomas Costello
Thomas Costello is CEO of UpStreme, a business technology management consultancy specializing in project delivery, software engineering, resilience/continuity/risk, and project rescues and offering capabilities in emerging technologies like blockchain and digital transformation. With more than 35 years’ IT experience, he provides technical and business management consulting to corporate CxOs, government agencies, politicians, boards of directors… Read More
Phil Laplante
Phil Laplante is Professor of Software and Systems Engineering at Pennsylvania State University and a visiting computer scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), working on issues related to the Internet of Things and blockchain. Previously, he was a software development professional, technology executive, college president, and entrepreneur. Dr. Laplante has worked in avionics, computer-aided design, and software… Read More
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