Contracts, transactions, and the records of them are among the defining structures in our economic, legal, and political systems. They protect assets and set organizational boundaries. And yet these critical tools and the bureaucracies formed to manage them have not kept up with the economy’s digital transformation. Blockchain promises to solve this problem. With Blockchain, we can imagine a world in which contracts are embedded in digital code and stored in transparent, shared databases, where they are protected from deletion, tampering, and revision. This BlockJakarta conference will explore the opportunities and challenges in blockchain& also project Indonesia as ASEAN biggest blockchain market. Indonesia is one of the largest Muslim country and has a lot potential business with blockchain technology since Islamic scholars say bitcoin is compliant with Sharia law. Muslims account for 23% of the world’s population, with 1.6 billion Muslims throughout the world, mostly in Asia Pacific nations like India and Indonesia.
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