This week, BTCMANAGER attended Consensus 2016: Making Blockchain Real in New York City. It was a tremendous event with lots to take in and plenty of opportunities to get up close and personal with some of the key movers in the Bitcoin and blockchain space. Look for some great follow-up articles and interviews as a result of this conference. In the meantime, here are some of the stories that BTCMANAGER delved into this past week.
With contributions from Jamie Holmes and Michael Scott.
Blockchain Technology and the Future of Land Registries
Land ownership is evolving to include blockchain technology through a new case model to answer the concerns of landowners. Advancements may prove particularly valuable in many parts of the world where people are unable to secure legal documentation of their land assets. Factom and BitFury are two companies in the space that have ventured into the territory of land registry. In an interview with Daniel Novy of ConSensys, he talks about Regis, built on Ethereum, examining why it can work and the security of the platform.
Fostering a Global Peer-to-Peer Economy: Feature Interview With Luis Molina, CEO of Fermat