Blockchain is fundamentally a technology that enables trust. Trust is the foundation for the complex social systems that underpins all of society, hence the potential for Blockchain to re-wire our interactions.But decentralised systems/solutions are also simply (much) harder and require change, even if the overall benefits can be significant.
For all solutions, technology is only part of the story, and especially for Blockchain. In a fast-moving landscape, it is critical to access the right expertise, have the right stakeholder conversations, connect to an enabling network, learn from peers addressing similar problems etc. Simply get the guidance needed to maximise your chances of success.
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