Blockchains are generally incompatible with trustworthy processing of private data. While "trustworthy" is one of blockchain's central features, as far as the attribute "private" is concerned, the technology must by definition surrender.
Author - Andreas Goebel, Camelot ITLab
Andreas Goebel is Head of Center of Digital Innovation at blockchain pioneer Camelot ITLab.
To help companies cope with challenges such as data privacy, data ownership or complex intransparent processes across value chains, the digitalization...