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Fran Strajnar
Co-Founder & CEO
Twitter: @Techemist
Email: fran@bravenewcoin.com
//bravenewcoin.com
Blockchain for Enterprise:
• Exponential Tech & Macro
• 5 Pillars / 3 Layers
• Solution Designs Examples
• Standards & Pro...
I Can Haz Blockchain?
Where to begin?
Search for Blockchain Enlightenment
Let’s take a quick
Step Back
Linear
Vs
Exponential
As humans we think linearly…
…but the world is changing exponentially
Unmanned Company
Raises 100M
Welcome to
the new
economy
(Some of) what is being explored today:
The 5 Pillars & 3 Layers
to Enterprise Blockchain Solution Design
Blockchain Considerations
• Bitcoin does 220m Transactions Per Year.
• Ethereum has a dynamic scaling capacity.
• Customer...
Permissioned/
Private Decentralized/
P2P
Immutability &
Data Integrity
Scalability
Security
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The 5 Pillars
1. Permissioned/Private
Writing records is exclusive to members, third
parties can be granted read access, with the
genera...
2. Decentralized/P2P
Allowing for equal control over the shared
database between all permissioned
participants and of equa...
3. Immutability & Data Integrity
Records are guaranteed to be
cryptographically secure, with no possibility
for bad actors...
4. Scalability
The ability to secure trillions of transactions or
records without compromising the networks
synchronizatio...
5. Security
Support for data encryption and the
management & enforcement of complex
permission settings for participants a...
The 3 Layers
Blockchain Layer:
Used for: 'Pointers‘
Pillars: #2 - Decentralized/P2P, &
#3 - Immutability & Data Integrity
The Blockchai...
Data-Store Layer:
Used for: Encryption, Business
Logic (permission structures), Data
Storage, etc
Pillars: #1 - Permission...
MERKLE ROOT
Application Layer:
Used for: Processing the first two
layers into a useful business
application.
Pillars: None
The Applica...
Externally Aware Thinking
Where does Ethereum & Smart Contracts fit in?
Ethereum is an application platform on top of blockchains (With
it’s own Blo...
Externally aware smart contracts:
Program Value:
Smart contracts = Business Logic
If blockchains are good at making sure data is accurately replicated across untrusted ent...
Quick Examples of Blockchain Solution
Designs
Bank Feeds on the
Blockchain?
• Bank writes an encrypted data record for
Customer[c] to the Private Data Store.
• Bank bro...
Post-Trade Settlement for Cross Border transaction?
Post-Trade Settlement for Cross Border transaction?
Federated Invoicing on the Blockchain?
Evolving Standards & Protocols
25+ years ago:
• Remember “Open Systems Interconnection,” (OSI)?
• Supported by Countless Countries, Engineers &
Companies...
Conclusion:
• Enterprise Blockchain – Separate Design into
Layers.
• Blockchain is Exponential Technology – Evolving
fast....
Fran Strajnar
Co-Founder & CEO
Twitter: @Techemist
Email: fran@bravenewcoin.com
//bravenewcoin.com
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.
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This presentation was delivered to the sold-out Ethereum.nz events on the 17th & 19th May 2016.

Blockchain for Enterprise:
•Exponential Tech & Macro
•5 Pillars / 3 Layers
•Solution Designs Examples
•Standards & Protocols
•Conclusion

Starting off by identifying the behavior of 'Exponential' technology and digging into the Macro-view of Blockchain's evolving out of it's early 'infrastructure building' days.

We take a look at the '5 Pillars & 3 Layers to Enterprise Blockchain Solution Design', breaking down what goes where and how to start.

Followed by examples of solutions design in Banking, Cross-Border Payments & Supply Chain.

Concluding with a comparison to the early internet days, where protocols and standards are continually evolving and what this means for Blockchain design considerations today.

If Blockchain Technology Interest you - please see BraveNewCoin.com for News, Analysis, charts, research and much more resources.

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The Quest for Enterprise Blockchain Solutions.

  1. 1. Fran Strajnar Co-Founder & CEO Twitter: @Techemist Email: fran@bravenewcoin.com //bravenewcoin.com
  2. 2. Blockchain for Enterprise: • Exponential Tech & Macro • 5 Pillars / 3 Layers • Solution Designs Examples • Standards & Protocols • Conclusion
  3. 3. I Can Haz Blockchain?
  4. 4. Where to begin?
  5. 5. Search for Blockchain Enlightenment
  6. 6. Let’s take a quick Step Back
  7. 7. Linear Vs Exponential
  8. 8. As humans we think linearly…
  9. 9. …but the world is changing exponentially
  10. 10. Unmanned Company Raises 100M
  11. 11. Welcome to the new economy
  12. 12. (Some of) what is being explored today:
  13. 13. The 5 Pillars & 3 Layers to Enterprise Blockchain Solution Design
  14. 14. Blockchain Considerations • Bitcoin does 220m Transactions Per Year. • Ethereum has a dynamic scaling capacity. • Customer Data Privacy & Security. • Legacy Infrastructure is not going to be scrapped.
  15. 15. Permissioned/ Private Decentralized/ P2P Immutability & Data Integrity Scalability Security 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The 5 Pillars
  16. 16. 1. Permissioned/Private Writing records is exclusive to members, third parties can be granted read access, with the general public excluded. The permissions architecture goes beyond ‘access = everything’ and allows third party access to specific raw data, as deemed appropriate, for interoperability and application requirements.
  17. 17. 2. Decentralized/P2P Allowing for equal control over the shared database between all permissioned participants and of equal importance; distributing the number of full copies of the ledger to maximize probability that there will always be a complete record in existence and available for those with permissions to access.
  18. 18. 3. Immutability & Data Integrity Records are guaranteed to be cryptographically secure, with no possibility for bad actors to threaten data integrity.
  19. 19. 4. Scalability The ability to secure trillions of transactions or records without compromising the networks synchronization, security, accessibility or data integrity.
  20. 20. 5. Security Support for data encryption and the management & enforcement of complex permission settings for participants and 3rd parties.
  21. 21. The 3 Layers
  22. 22. Blockchain Layer: Used for: 'Pointers‘ Pillars: #2 - Decentralized/P2P, & #3 - Immutability & Data Integrity The Blockchain Layer doesn't need: Business Logic (complex permission structures), Data Storage, etc
  23. 23. Data-Store Layer: Used for: Encryption, Business Logic (permission structures), Data Storage, etc Pillars: #1 - Permissioned/Private, #4 - Scalability & #5 - Security The Data-Store Layer doesn't need: Open-Access or limited transaction payloads due to block sizes or other public blockchain constraints.
  24. 24. MERKLE ROOT
  25. 25. Application Layer: Used for: Processing the first two layers into a useful business application. Pillars: None The Application Layer doesn't need: Any of the Blockchain or Data-Store layer functions or considerations.
  26. 26. Externally Aware Thinking
  27. 27. Where does Ethereum & Smart Contracts fit in? Ethereum is an application platform on top of blockchains (With it’s own Blockchain) - like we have java and other application platforms on top of regular databases. Choose and replace the application platform to fit use-cases.
  28. 28. Externally aware smart contracts:
  29. 29. Program Value:
  30. 30. Smart contracts = Business Logic If blockchains are good at making sure data is accurately replicated across untrusted entities, smart contracts are good at making sure logic is accurately executed across untrusted entities. As far as current ways of ensuring that exactly the same logic is followed between two entities, our best tool is automatic reconciliations of data before and after a process. With blockchains and smart contracts, the technology guarantees the process.
  31. 31. Quick Examples of Blockchain Solution Designs
  32. 32. Bank Feeds on the Blockchain? • Bank writes an encrypted data record for Customer[c] to the Private Data Store. • Bank broadcasts a transaction under Customer[c]’s address to the Blockchain with a pointer to the data record. • Third-party [Intuit] was monitoring for transactions under Customer[c]’s address and reads the pointer. • Third-party[Intuit] initiates a key exchange with the Bank to retrieve a shared secret for the data record. • Third-party[Intuit] uses the shared secret to decrypt the data record and can now read the transactional data from the Private Data Store.
  33. 33. Post-Trade Settlement for Cross Border transaction?
  34. 34. Post-Trade Settlement for Cross Border transaction?
  35. 35. Federated Invoicing on the Blockchain?
  36. 36. Evolving Standards & Protocols
  37. 37. 25+ years ago: • Remember “Open Systems Interconnection,” (OSI)? • Supported by Countless Countries, Engineers & Companies • “OSI is a beautiful dream, and TCP/IP is living it!”
  38. 38. Conclusion: • Enterprise Blockchain – Separate Design into Layers. • Blockchain is Exponential Technology – Evolving fast. • Networks ALWAYS end up demanding inter- operability: • Have an early plan with the future in mind.
  39. 39. Fran Strajnar Co-Founder & CEO Twitter: @Techemist Email: fran@bravenewcoin.com //bravenewcoin.com

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