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12 June 2019
Introduction to Cryptocurrencies
Introduction to Crypto Assets and ICOs
Understanding smart contracts
25 June 2019
13 May 2019
Special focus: recent cyber events in the retail and consumer products industry
06 December 2018
05 November 2018
24 September 2018
04 September 2018
17 July 2018
Ranking the most significant risks facing telecoms companies worldwide
22 May 2018
19 February 2018
In the last ten years the renewable energy market has experienced gigantic change. This was the theme of the recent panel discussion held at BDO's Global Annual Natural Resources Conference in London in June 2019. With renewable energy replacing traditional energy sources of coal, oil and gas at...
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Although experiencing steady declines for both coal and fossil fuel generated power over the past 20 years, the transition to renewable energy has been slow.
This publication provides an introduction to cryptocurrencies that entities may possess or
otherwise use when transacting with other parties. While the discussions below focus on
bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency among entities, the information below also applies
Crypto assets were introduced less than a decade ago, first in the form of cryptocurrencies and then they rapidly expanded to other categories as new platforms emerged.The recent wave of new crypto asset issuance has been sweeping the start-up fundraising world. There are several ways for an...
This publication introduces smart contracts, a new instrument which is deployed on a distributed ledger technology (DLT) such as a blockchain. Smart contracts, as well as the DLT, are currently in early stages. As a result, processes related to smart contracts and the DLT will evolve over time. ...
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