Exploring the benefits that blockchain could bring to corporate governance and how it could offer smart solutions for classical sector inefficiencies, especially in the relationship between shareholders and the company.
In business the all-encompassing notion that the signature is a 100% accurate representation of authorisation is an issue. This misconception that if someone has signed, stamped or printed their name on an official piece of business, they must have been authorised to do so.
Shareholder and board voting on blockchain. On the face of it it seems like a jolly good idea. Private blockchains can be ‘invite only’ and invited parties can be either Directors or shareholders or both.