Blockchain at UAThe Center for Blockchain Excellence at the Sam M. Walton College of Business
First White Paper Released!
Towards Blockchain 3.0 Interoperability: Business and Technical Considerations
The Executive Advisory Board members for the BC CoE selected the topic for this white paper. Members posed the research question: “How can enterprises approach interoperability when the technology is immature and rapidly changing?” (the so-called ‘Blockchain 3.0’ era). Many blockchain applications have been developed, both public and private, since the Bitcoin application was developed in 2009. As enterprises explore blockchain solutions, they are increasingly concerned about the proliferation of blockchains, how blockchain applications will connect with each other and with legacy systems, and the fear of getting locked into solutions too early.
Executive Advisory Board Members
Members of our Blockchain Executive Advisory Board play an invaluable role as partners and collaborators in support of students and research. We are grateful for their service as we work together to define opportunities and develop strategies.
Standing from left to right: Kevin Yoder of ArcBest, Daniel Trimble of J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc., Zach Steelman of Walton College, Karl Bedwell of Walmart, Mary Lacity of Walton College, Paul Cronan of Walton College, Jay Davidson of J.B. Hunt, Chad Wahlquist of Tyson Foods, Archana Mehta Sristy of Walmart, Lee Slezak of Tyson, and David Douglas of Walton College. Seated: Rhonda Syler of Walton College, Leo Sharum of ArcBest, and Misty Decker of IBM.
The Blockchain Center of Excellence serves as a central point for information sharing, networking, and collaboration among faculty members conducting research, teaching, or professional service activities in the area of blockchain technologies.
View undergraduate and graduate Blockchain curricula and programs offered through the Walton College Department of Information Systems.
About the Center
The vision of the Blockchain Center of Excellence is to make the Sam M. Walton College of Business a premier academic leader of blockchain application research and education.