The fallacy of private, permissioned blockchains (eBook)
If we look at why organisations choose permissioned blockchains, the following emerges as their requirements (specifically from governments):
The belief that data can only be kept secure if it’s not visible to everybody but only based on access allowed to them.
Ironically, the best way to secure data is to keep it in the public eye or make it public, and that’s exactly what a public blockchain provides.
Download our eBook to learn about:
- The complex problem of the Internet’s walled gardens
- A simple solution: a native digital cash system for the Internet
- Lost in translation: public blockchain
- Bitcoin’s security depends on its ledger being public
- The reality of permissioned blockchain for enterprise and government
- Finding the truth via public blockchain