Étiquette : Blockchain – Académique

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Blockchain as Anti-Corruption Tool

Source : http://hdl.handle.net/11573/1350567 Date : September 10, 2020 at 01:37PM Tag(s) : Blockchain – Académique Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinPrint

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Research Sharing Access Control Based on Hyperledger Composer Blockchain

A presentation that was delivered in the Fifth University Research Day at the Catholic University of America in 2020. Source : http://hdl.handle.net/1961/cuislandora:214547 Date : May 26, 2020 at 06:10PM Tag(s) : Blockchain – Académique Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinPrint

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Blockchain in the university: a digital technology to design, implement and manage global learning itineraries

Making universal access to education compatible with different paths of learning is one of the great challenges of the last century. Technology has provided solutions to access information, for communication and collaborative work. Blockchain emerges as a technology that can be useful for the development of an evaluation model of…

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Blockchain innovation and framing in the Netherlands: How a technological object turns into a ‘hyperobject’

Blockchain emerged as a well-defined technological object with limited applicability applications (e.g. Bitcoin). Embraced by more and more ‘stakeholders’, Blockchain has turned into a bounty of possibilities and promises. This raises the question whether Blockchain is turning into an overextending, affective ‘hyperobject’. Adopting a post-ANT topological perspective, and using mixed-methods…

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Blockchain in construction – hype, hope, or harm?

Business and public interest and investments in digital ledgers, smart contracts and virtual currencies such as bitcoin, has skyrocketed. Blockchain is indeed a hyped technology – and should therefore raise healthy skepticism. During construction production, projects and the involved companies take on a disintegrated economic flow and allocation of economic…