Cryptocurrency is a specific type of data stored on a blockchain and a blockchain is a type of distributed ledger. A distributed ledger is simply a ledger (data) distributed across multiple computers. The challenge with any distributed data is synchronization and if we are to trust data, we also need to know that it has not been tampered with, that it is immutable. In this short webinar, Peter Benson will take you on a journey from cryptocurrency to blockchain and distributed ledgers focusing on their applicability to the supply chain. More than just a primer on the subject, Peter will review some of the supply chain pilot projects and explain the current challenges as well as what we can expect to gain from the application of distributed ledger technology in the future.
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You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Dec 3, 2021, 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Additionally we are repeating our November webinar:
On Tuesday, 14 December, 7:00 am EST, to make attendance more possible for those in Asia, Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Eastern Africa.
To register, please follow this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAkceGhqTIiHNIb1cWa9Y1jFmTi7Cj4b6Ab.
For those looking for the recording of the November webinar, we will be posting this second airing in the archives in mid-December.
ECCMA’s monthly webinars on developments in data quality standards and practice in the supply chain are held the first Friday of every month at 11 am EST/EDT (UTC -5/UTC -4), with webinars archived for those unable to participate.
Though anyone may participate in or access archives for a sample of ECCMA webinars for free, the ability to participate in and access archives for all monthly webinars is for ECCMA members only.
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