Tag: blockchain

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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 12
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 11
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 10
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 9
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 8
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 7
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 3
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 2
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K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer Vol. 1

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 12

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Ben Tejblum

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space. To subscribe to the Blockchain Energizer newsletter, please click here.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Energy Web Foundation Moves Forward with Blockchain Applications in the Energy Sector
  • Japan Is the Latest Country to Test a Blockchain-Powered Energy Grid
  • Authors of the Blockchain Energizer Presenting at E4 Carolina’s “Demystifying Blockchain Technology” Seminar

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 12 of the Blockchain Energizer, click here.

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 11

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Ben Tejblum

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space. To subscribe to the Blockchain Energizer newsletter, please click here.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Bank Consortium Moves Forward with “Know Your Customer” Distributed Ledger Technology
  • Solar Technology Company Announces ICO to Fund Development of Local, Decentralized Energy Trading Platform
  • UK Startup Testing Blockchain Platform to Cut Time for Switching Energy Suppliers

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 11 of the Blockchain Energizer, click here.

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 10

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Ben Tejblum

A bi-weekly update on applications of blockchain technology in the energy industry

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Blockchain-Powered Utility-Scale Solar Investment Fund Launches ICO
  • ISDA Issues Whitepaper on Smart Contracts and Distributed Ledger Technology
  • Bank in Thailand to Use Blockchain to Digitize Letters of Guarantee

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 10 of the Blockchain Energizer, click here.

 

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 9

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Ben Tejblum

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space. To subscribe to the Blockchain Energizer newsletter, please click here.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Illinois Moving Forward with Blockchain Pilots
  • Singapore: Latest Country to Develop a Regulatory Sandbox to Promote Energy Innovation
  • LO3 Energy Developing Blockchain-Powered Microgrid Technology to Australia

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 9 of the Blockchain Energizer, click here.

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 8

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Ben Tejblum

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Investment in Energy Blockchain Applications is Heating Up
  • New Forms of Consensus Being Developed to Meet the Needs of Business Blockchains
  • Blockchain Being Deployed to Optimize Shipping Container Management

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 8 of the Blockchain Energizer, click here.

 

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 7

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Ben Tejblum

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Blockchain May Help Address Cyber Security Concerns in the Energy Industry
  • United Nations Recognizes the Potential for Blockchain Technology to Promote Climate Change Action
  • Infocast Blockchain Webinar
    • Interested in learning more about blockchains? On July 12, the authors of the Blockchain Energizer will partner with Infocast to provide a one-hour webinar on blockchain technology and its applications in the energy space.
    • Registration is free and may be accessed through the following link.

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 7 of The Blockchain Energizer, click here.

 

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 3

A bi-weekly update on applications of blockchain technology in the energy industry

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Benjamin L. Tejblum                   

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention.  Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Blockchain-Powered Crowdfunding Brings Solar Energy to Africa
  • Illinois Considering Blockchain Technology to Streamline Government Programs
  • Arizona Paves the Way for Smart Contracts

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 3 of The Blockchain Energizer, click here.

 

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer – Volume 2

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Benjamin L. Tejblum

A bi-weekly update on applications of blockchain technology in the energy industry

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies, and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussion, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates’ Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space.

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Blockchain Technology – A Possible Solution to China’s Air Pollution Problems?
  • Blockchain Technology Deployed to Optimize Crude Oil Trading
  • Blockchain Technology Gaining Ground in the Energy Industry

To view more information on theses topics in Volume 2 of The Blockchain Energizer, click here.

K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer Vol. 1

A bi-weekly update on applications of blockchain technology in the energy industry

By Molly Suda, Buck B. Endemann, and Benjamin L. Tejblum

There is a lot of buzz around blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries from finance and healthcare to real estate and supply chain management. Reports estimate that over $1.4 billion was invested in blockchain startups in 2016 alone, and many institutions and companies are forming partnerships to explore how blockchain ledgers and smart contracts can be deployed to manage and share data, create transactional efficiencies and reduce costs.

While virtual currencies and blockchain technology in the financial services industry have been the subject of significant debate and discussions, blockchain applications that could transform the energy industry have received comparatively less attention. Every other week, the K&L Gates Blockchain Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of blockchain technology in the energy space.

Our inaugural edition features:

  • The Brooklyn Microgrid – Powered by Blockchain
  • Share & Charge – A Blockchain-based Electric Vehicle Charging Marketplace
  • ING and Societe Generale Contemplate Blockchain-powered LNG Trading

To view more information on theses topics in our first edition of The Blockchain Energizer, click here.

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