Blockchain technology has so many uses that trying to summarize them can make veteran tech experts sound like PR hacks. What we haven't heard very much about is how blockchain could fundamentally change how companies are managed and operate.
Even if they aren't managing their own IT, law firms still have an obligation to make sure that data is properly secured. This means asking frequent questions about security and ensuring that the vendor is implementing reasonable security measures.
What's needed is a fully functional Ukraine OS 2.0 -- a new operating system that could execute common software: free elections, representative government, tried and true laws and regulations. Without it, there is no way forward.
Leaders have a choice. Either they can complacently model and allow zombie like incuriosity and non inventiveness or they can model and encourage McGyver like ingenuity. With that choice about learning dynamic, they are choosing between failure and success.
If I asked you for the last two digits of your social security number, then asked you whether you would pay this number in dollars for a particular bottle of wine, would the mere suggestion of that number influence how much you would be willing to spend on wine?