One hundred percent of board of directors and other executive leaders I interact with know of the blockchain. Not all are fans of cryptocurrency, but all seem to be deeply interested in exploring the business impact of the distributed ledger that makes cryptocurrencies work.
There are quite a few interesting use cases out there. Some may hold great potential. But there are also lots of interesting ideas that once you start asking questions don’t make so much sense.
To help you ask the right questions, this article provides some executive level context on what the blockchain is.
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