New Initiative Aims To Eliminate Corruption With Blockchain Technology

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Media Outlet: Forbes

Trust Accelerator co-founders, Tomicah Tillemann and Jamie Smith, discuss the Initiative in Forbes:

The potential for the technology behind Bitcoin, commonly called blockchain, to transform financial services is becoming somewhat well-known. However, fewer people are aware that the technology could also transform governance to make it more transparent.
“Blockchain has the potential to be the killer app for corruption,” says Tomicah Tillemann, director of the Bretton Woods II Initiative at New America, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank that bridges the gap between technology and policy.

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Tomicah Tillemann is a leader in the fields of civic innovation and social finance. He serves as Director of the Bretton Woods II program at New America. He and his team work with the world's largest asset owners to reduce risk and volatility through strategic investments in social impact and development. He is also Co-founder of the Blockchain Trust Accelerator, Chair of the Global Blockchain Business Council, and a member of the Advisory Board of the BitFury Group, a leading full-service Blockchain company.