Digital Transformation: A Death Knell for the Old World?
Intuition suggests that blockchain technology will transform the world. However, the technology is already more than 10 years old, and there are still no case studies. That is because in this new paradigm, old concepts no longer apply, and new ones are yet to form. Age-old notions, such as demand determines supply, or product–money–product, have lost all meaning. Money is being printed without restriction, and is being sent in large and small amounts to wherever desired. This new world requires a transition from a growth model based on the current situation, to one based on planning. Blockchain technology is transforming the institution of ownership into an institution of relations. And the accelerating pace at which technology is developing is affecting management models accordingly. There is now a real need for a change management system.
Humankind is faced with a new set of challenges – globalization, transformation, planning, and the pace of development. All of this calls for a transition from a kaleidoscopic view of the world through the distribution of labour and specializations, to constructing a complete mosaic of the world. That means categorizing the economy by platforms and moving to management based on modelling.
Yury Pripachkin, President, Russian Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain (RACIB)
Anatoly Aksakov, Chairman, Committee on Financial Markets of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Sergei Glazyev, Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation
Pavel Gusev, Digital Technology Officer, SEO Brain Softer LLC
Dmitry Kosten, Vice President for Special Projects, Russian Association of Cryptoindustry and Blockchain; Head of 3D Business Solutions
Alexey Mashkeev, Chief Executive Officer, VIARIUM
Narek Sirakanyan, Chairman of the Board, Freedom Group and President, Sessia LLC
Artak Tovmasyan, Development Director, ALLABOUT.ME