Blockchain Adoption and Absolute Immutability

Donny C. Shimamoto | October 22, 2018

Data added to a blockchain stays on a blockchain. But what happens in those few instances where reversing or updating a transaction is insufficient because the data cannot or should not remain visible in the data history? Donny Shimamoto, Managing Director at IntrapriseTechKnowlogies, shares his insights on the scenarios where absolute immutability can pose a challenge for blockchain adoption. Educating ourselves on the technology and understanding the challenges now will prove beneficial when transitioning to blockchain technologies in the imminent future.

Donny C. Shimamoto

Managing Director, Intraprise TechKnowlogies

Donny C. Shimamoto CPA, CITP, CGMA is the managing director at Intraprise TechKnowlogies. He has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Thought Leaders in Public Accounting (US) and is a frequent speaker at AICPA conferences and CGMA webcasts. He specializes in organizational development and IT advisory services for small and mid-market businesses, nonprofits and accounting firms. He welcomes comments and feedback at donny@intraprise.us.  See more by Donny C. Shimamoto

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