Estonia. Land of saunas, shepherds and song festivals. I keep hearing about Estonia all of a sudden and not for any of these reasons but because of the blockchain. At meetings and conferences, ... [Continue reading]
I love the BBC’s Money Box programme with Paul Lewis and I listen to it every week. A recent episode included what, I’m afraid, has become an all-too-familiar story.
Paul ... [Continue reading]
My old chum Andy Ramsden wrote a nice piece on LinkedIn the other day, pointing out the difference between transactions that need identification (almost none of them) and transactions that ... [Continue reading]
The latest CIFAS Fraudscape figures for the UK show identity theft up by half again in 2015. And there’s no end in sight. I’m genuinely not sure whether the fraudsters are getting smarter or ... [Continue reading]
I have to give a presentation about putting identity on the blockchain, even though no-one seems entirely clear what “identity” means or, for that matter, what “blockchain” means. So I thought ... [Continue reading]
Kicking off the session on “Old vs. New P2P” at [Continue reading]
On the internet, as they used to say, no-one knows you're a dog. That's not, as far as I can tell, too much of a problem at the moment because dogs have quite poor keyboard skills and little ... [Continue reading]