Blockchain technology has the potential to change the way we register all kinds of transactions, e.g. from selling various financial and non-financial assets. Instead of a central (and potentially vulnerable) central server/database structure, blockchain offers a decentral and thus more resilient way of handling registries (e.g. for securities) and ledgers. Blockchain is expected to be faster and cheaper to maintain than other decentralized data storage solutions offering a protection against manipulation.
While FinTech start-ups explore all kinds of innovative applications of blockchain technology, banks focus on standardizing permissioned (private) distributed ledges and regulatory authories try to catch up with those new developments following a rather positive but cautious approach.
We want to support all players in better understanding blockchain technology, its innovative potential, but also its limitations. Our ambition is to help our clients in developing a realistic view on blockchain and how it can be used to improve the efficient of their specific business processes.
For that purpose we work with an extensive network of blockchain experts for technical, but also legal and regulatory questions.