The Future of Blockchain

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It has been almost over a decade since Nakamoto invented the first ever blockchain. At that time, he did not explicitly mention blockchain, but the concept was about peer to peer electronic transactions of Bitcoin. As I have mentioned from previous article, the popularity of blockchain has been plummeting due to some concerns, but mainly lack of regulations, complexity, and security issues. Hence, this is a reviewed article as to blockchain is still a promising technology by analysing issues and gaps. Is Blockchain Still a “Prima Donna” as it was a few years back? We can start by thoroughly answer…...

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Kevianda Kamarullah Msc in Information Systems Management with specialty in blockchain technology, cryptography, data analytics, and information systems. He finished his master degree with the thesis of supply chain management on blockchain, which also awarded with Distinction from De Montfort University in Leicester, UK. Currently, He is working at Microsoft Indonesia as Solution Specialist of Modern Workplace solution with Microsoft 365. His main priority with Microsoft is to help Indonesia’s public sector, incl. government, to go for digital transformation journey. Prior to that, he had worked as data analytics internship at one of the digital bank startup in Indonesia called “Jenius” before joining Microsoft Indonesia. He had also worked as an internship for a blockchain startup called “Hara Token” in Indonesia during the summer time of his master study. He got introduced with blockchain technology for the first time along with the implementation in the agriculture sector at this point. He always interested with the rapid growth of technology. But the most important part is how technology can be used to help society.