Everyone is talking about blockchain and DLT. But what exactly are they and how do they work? In RESET's latest Blockchain Special, we offer some answers to those questions and take a look at how the tech can be used for both social and ecological good.
Blockchain isn't only set to shake up our financial system – it could also help reduce bureaucracy, make supply chains more transparent and fight corruption around the world.
Blockchain is still a relatively young technology, and while it still has a few challenges to overcome, there are already several real world examples of its potential for positive change.
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What is it exactly that blockchain can do? And why it so incredibly hyped? RESET takes a closer look at the technology and where its strengths (and weaknesses) lie.
MineSpider, a Berlin-based startup, is using distributed ledger technology to tackle the tricky problem of how to track where minerals come from and where they end up.
Can the blockchain help natural systems manage themselves? A team of developers, theoreticians and researchers is trying to find out. We talked to Paul Seidler, one of the brains behind terra1.
Can the blockchain be leveraged for positive change in the fields of climate protection, democracy and water management? That's exactly what the GIZ Blockchain Lab is trying to find out. We talked to Salomé Eggler, Blockchain Governance Expert at the GIZ.
The power grid as we know it has had trillions of dollars of investment, and is a behemoth keeping the lights on. But could it be better? And how?