Blockchain Disruption: How Bitcoin Technology Creates a Sharing Economy | Thomas Ramge | TEDxHamburg

"Blockchain Disruption: How Bitcoin Technology Creates a Sharing Economy" at TEDxHamburg ( )

Thomas Ramge is the technology correspondent of the German business magazine brand eins and a contributing editor to The Economist. He also serves as chief explaining officer of the US-German analytics company QuantCo – a Harvard spin off, where Thomas bridges knowledge gaps between business lines, quants and techies.

Thomas has published several bestselling non-fiction books and won numerous national publishing awards. His first novel hit the bookstores last year.

In his workshops and keynotes on digitization Thomas explores the opportunities of crunching the right data sets in a smart way. That means: Getting more (customer-) insights by asking the right business questions first. His most recent book calls this approach Smart Data – which also refers to a concept on how traditional companies can kickstart digital transformation.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

6 Comments on Blockchain Disruption: How Bitcoin Technology Creates a Sharing Economy | Thomas Ramge | TEDxHamburg

  1. What a confusing talk. The revolution you are talking about is already
    here. It is called Bitcoin. So please don’t be misleading people and using
    the word Blockchain over and over again. Blockchain is just a ledger. What
    makes every thing work so beautiful is the magical Bitcoin. DO NOT DECEIVE
    PEOPLE , you little sir.

  2. Blockchain is the new quantum physics: A really, really hard science that
    no one understands, ambushed by clowns like deepak chopra looking to make a
    quick buck on solutionist nonsense .

  3. Blockchain is the new tech revolution that will have huge beneficial impact
    on the future economy. Bitcoin is an early adopter of the tech and there
    will be thousands more.

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