Blockchain: a Data Revolution
Vilnius University (VU) hosted a scientific event “Blockchain: a Data Revolution”.
Prof. Dr. Andranik Tumasjan (Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany) opened the event with his lecture “Blockchain: Hype or Hope? The Potential and Limitations of Blockchain Technologies”. Subsequently, Andrius Adamonis (Bank of Lithuania) and Vytautas Kaš?ta (Blockchain Centre Vilnius) discussed the question from Lithuania’s perspective.
Dr. A. Tumasjan is professor and head of the research group of Management and Digital Transformation at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany. His current research and teaching focus on the potential of blockchain technology for novel business models and organizational forms. He touched upon this topic in his lecture, which also included insights about crypto token designs and the appropriate application of blockchain technology in business processes. He argues, that “blockchain technology has recently emerged as a novel technology that is often considered to be a potential disruptor for traditional business models”.
Another speaker, A. Adamonis, works as a blockchain project manager at the Bank of Lithuania. He provided his own perspective on the topic, focusing on potential issues of blockchain technologies. V. Kaš?ta, the president of the Crypto Economy Organization and board member of the Blockchain Centre Vilnius, took on a more optimistic viewpoint on the development of blockchain technologies in his presentation.