GDPR Compliance, Blockchain, and Payments
Tim Attinger -- Boomtown; Drew Weinstein -- Velo Payments
Mar 24, 2019
As businesses plan for the next decade, it is important to think big, evaluate a wide range of technologies, and create systems which can be augmented with additional capabilities to meet new demands. This deck examines current challenges in the compliance, payments, and blockchain from the perspective of both companies and end users, looking at both existing areas of opportunity and what characteristics people desire. The slides conclude with six business principles and six tenets to consider when designing the evolution of your company's platform.
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