Entries by Liz Geer

Accenture Joins Hashed Health’s Consortium

Hashed Health has added Accenture as a member of the Hashed Health Blockchain Consortium, a group of leading health companies focused on accelerating innovation with blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, as announced today at the Distributed: Health 2017 conference.

FutureTech Podcast talks with Hashed COO

Corey Todaro (@Hashed_Corey) COO at Hashed Health (@HashedHealth) joined FutureTech this week to talk about the issues in the healthcare industry and how blockchain can be the solution to these problems. Listen to the podcast here.

Global Blockchain Summit Review

A number of us from Hashed Health attended last week’s 3rd Global Blockchain Summit, held in Shanghai, China. Sponsored by the Wanxiang Blockchain Labs, this event has grown into the seminal annual gathering, offering updates on developments

#014 – August 1, 2017

Health Insurers Brace for New Uncertainty After GOP Bill’s Collapse   Experts to address AI, Blockchain, ransomware and executive leadership at Healthcare Security Forum   The Blockchain Triangle   Delaware Authorizes Stocks on Blockchain   Blockchain Could Make the Insurance Industry Much More Transparent   Life Science On the Distributed Ledger   The Path Forward […]

Ethereum White Paper Summary

Whereas Satoshi Nakamoto’s Bitcoin Whitepaper is often credited as a catalyst to the current blockchain revolution, the Ethereum Whitepaper was a dramatic breakthrough in unlocking the power of decentralized technologies.

ICO’s and the Fed’s Two Minute Warning – Ep005

In this episode, join us in our August Blockchain Meetup held in Nashville, TN. Our guests are Josh Rosenblatt, Gray Sasser, and John Wagster of Frost Brown Todd. Our topic for this discussion is the regulatory environment for blockchain. Full Podcast Transcript [00:00:06] Hello I’m Philip Claudio and you’re listening to the Hashed Health podcast. […]

Decentralized Health Networks

In our last newsletter we discussed the difference between permissioned and open blockchains. The key distinction being that while permissioned blockchains are merely distributed solutions, open blockchains offer real decentralization.