Blockchain

bigquery

Introducing six new cryptocurrencies in BigQuery Public Datasets—and how to analyze them

Since they emerged in 2009, cryptocurrencies have experienced their share of volatility—and are a continual source of fascination. In the past year, as part of the BigQuery Public Datasets program, Google Cloud released datasets consisting of the blockchain transaction history for Bitcoin and Ethereum, to help you better understand cryptocurrency. Today, we're releasing an additional six cryptocurrency blockchains.

hortonworks

Measuring the Success of Your Blockchain Implementation

It’s been almost a decade since blockchain technology made its debut. Since then, blockchain has evolved more quickly than anyone could have anticipated. It was designed to be a decentralized tool with potentially dozens of applications. Blockchain startups have attracted billions in venture capital and everyone—from banks to supply chains—is exploring blockchain-based projects.

bigquery

How we built a derivatives exchange with BigQuery ML for Google Next ‘18

Financial institutions have a natural desire to predict the volume, volatility, value or other parameters of financial instruments or their derivatives, to manage positions and mitigate risk more effectively. They also have a rich set of business problems (and correspondingly large datasets) to which it’s practical to apply machine learning techniques.

splunk

Advanced Data Integrity with Blockchain

Tl;dr Splunk is using Distributed Ledger Technology to prove your data hasn’t been tampered with. This is a bigger deal than you might think. Read on for details. The world relies on data to make decisions—number of votes to determine an election, the bank on if they should grant you a loan, and even to link a nation state to a cyber attack. The only thing worse than not having data is having manipulated data. Data sabotage is the latest evolution of data attacks on enterprises.

talend

4 Possible Ways a Blockchain Can Impact Data Management

We all know we are at the peak of the hype cycle for…wait for it – Blockchain! We are also already aware of some of the benefits of blockchain - but can blockchain be applicable to traditional data management? Though real-world blockchain implementations in the enterprise are minimal so far, I do believe there is a ton of potential to solve some of the problems that businesses face.