Public Blockchain vs. Private Blockchain for the Enterprise
What You Will Learn:
Public blockchains are a much different animal than their private cousins. On a public blockchain relative anonymity and full transaction transparency are desirable things. When you want to use blockchain in an enterprise scenario you want the opposite - you want to work with known users and entities in your business network, and you want to control which parts of your business data you share with whom. Let's discuss in detail the pros and cons of each.
Instructor: Kris Bennett
Kris comes from a 20 year background in custom software design, delivery, and consulting. He's seen what works and what doesn't when it comes to addressing human behavioral patterns with emerging technology. Kris is fascinated by the intersection of people and technology, and the implications that emerging technologies present for the way communicate, interact, and experience life. Kris is a Lead Instructor at Blockchain Training Alliance and Author of the Blockchain Architect certification exam and study guide.