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To Blockchain and Beyond: Changes to the Payments Landscape

Join us to find out:
- where blockchain is currently at in terms of the payments landscape
- who are the early adopters
- who is leading the way
- how far are we away from blockchain payment standards
Recorded Nov 15 2016 57 mins
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Lory Kehoe (Deloitte), Sam Wouters (Duval Union Consulting), Markus Hautala (Tieto)
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