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National banks and regulators, exchanges and investment banks across the world are taking seriously the financial innovation of distributed ledger or block chain technology. The block chain, aka Trust Machine underpins "crypto currencies" such as Bitcoin; but it goes beyond digital money. It provides a shared, trusted, public ledger that everyone can inspect, but no single user controls. It is at the cusp of revolutionising international money transfers, trade finance, syndicated lending and collateral management, among other applications. As it allows for almost instantaneous payments and settlement, the potential impact on the role of traders, quants and other financial technologists cannot be underestimated.
This conference brings together Block Chain technologists in the finance sector, regulators, industry commentators, computer science researchers and others involved in financial innovation; these experts explore some of the technology and the many applications of Block chain in Financial Services in Delhi.
Bharti Maan, Director, Digital Transformation and CXO advisory, SAP
Business Process Reengineering for Blockchain Block chain is a disruptive. But it is disruptions, that present us with amazing opportunities to create and deliver compelling services to customers using the power of innovation.
Disruptions may sound challenging to implement, but the very basic rules of process reengineering hold good. Block chain is no exception to the rule. BPR not just enable rethinking, reinventing and a radical redesign of the business process but will also create the necessary justification, calibration and recalibration of use cases from the lenses of cost, feasibility and viability.
Vikas Mittal, CEO & Data Scientist, 360 Digital Transformation
The basic purpose of blockchain is to keep all the records updated, all its execution, and all the authentication while the AI will help in making decision, assessing, and going to help in simplifying the independent interaction. Blockchain and AI will make sure that there will be a seamless integration in the upcoming future. Some of the use cases could be in domain of Financial Security, Data Sharing etc.
Participants join a table to discuss one or more of the Conference themes. Each table has a "Topic Guru" to facilitate the discussion.
Dr Mani Madhukar, Program Manager - University Relations, IBM India Pvt. Ltd
Vikas Yadav, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Max Life Insurance
Blockchain with its immutable and decentralised nature is frequently portrayed as an ultimate secure solution. There is no denial that blockchain is about as transparent and reliable as technology ever gets. But is Blockchain really secure ? Any technology is as secure as its implementation and the infrastructure on which it runs.
In this talk you will see the various issues which face Blockchain with examples. These include weak consensus mechanisms, attacks on marketplaces ( Mt Gox and NiceHash ), malfunctioning smart contracts and probable attacks including 51 attack, eclipse attack and selfish miner problem.
It is essential that security be given a consideration to ensure structured and well thought out implementations of Blockchain. We can learn the threats and prevent them with testing and monitoring.
Susmit Sil , Blockchain Sr. Architect, NIIT Technologies Limited
Somnath Mishra , Business Architect, NIIT Technologies Limited
Since Blockchain implementation is shifting from blockchain proof of concepts and exploration to the building of practical business applications, the role of smart contracts has become key for the success of any live implementation. The proposed discussion is going to throw some lights on understanding the key to discerning the difference in how enterprise organizations view blockchain smart contracts as the driving force.
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