In order to make public networks secure enough for enterprise use, two key things must happen, says EY's Paul Brody.
If we want blockchains to deliver upon their promise, we must be able to transact using traditional fiat currencies, EY's blockchain lead writes.
EY's blockchain lead makes the case for enterprises to embrace tokenization and move away from simply treating blockchains like fancy notaries.
The seemingly banal enterprise applications for blockchain we're seeing, like food traceability, are actually a big deal and worth celebrating.
Real-world assets will force a change in blockchain governance, writes EY's Paul Brody. Forks will still be possible, but will attract fewer users.
Decentralized public blockchains are the only way enterprises will commit to digitizing services in an interoperable manner, says EY's Paul Brody.