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The Chair for Strategy and Organization offers a PhD Position in the area of "New business models for person-related services" with a focus on Blockchain/DLT.

From September 24, the Institute for Energy Economy and Application Technology offers students of TUM the opportunity to develop and investigate blockchain solutions within the Energy Blockchain Labs with master and bachelor theses, interdisciplinary research internships and seminar papers for…

52nd annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences is accepting papers

Since the beginning of the semester, the lecture "Blockchain-based Systems Engineering" takes place every Friday from 3 to 5 pm. Over 450 Students visit the lecture regularly, learning about cryptography, networks, the anatomy of Blockchain and different implementations such as Bitcoin, Ethereum,…

The Ethereum Camp is a 4-day-hackathon and focuses on connecting Ethereum to real IoT products. This time it takes place from March, 26 to March, 29 in Berlin, Germany.

From 24th to 25th of November, the Münchner Kreis Blockchain Hackathon took place in the IBM IoT Towers in Munich. About 70 participants competed in the creation of Blockchain use cases with the permissioned Blockchain technology provided by IBM, Hyperledger Composer.

Am 25. Oktober 2017 hat Prof. Matthes einen einstündigen Vortrag zum Thema "Blockchains – Funktionsweise, Chancen und Risiken" im vollbesetzten Ehrensaal des Deutschen Museums gehalten.

Die Blockchain-Technologie tangiert nicht nur die Finanzindustrie; sie bietet vielerlei Potenziale für innovative Anwendungen im industriellen oder öffentlichen Kontext. Dies stellt viele Unternehmen und Anwender vor ganz neue Herausforderungen.

A short essay on one of the results of the Blockchain Summer School in 2017 in Copenhagen.

On August 1st, 2017 Bitcoin will most likely split into Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). What does this mean for Bitcoin and what happens/can happen to the blockchain in the case of a softfork/hardfork? And when does a fork lead to a chain split?