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Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies

Is your business ready for Blockchain?

Blockchain and other Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) are bringing disintermediation to merely all industries.

What is Blockchain?

A Blockchain relies on a digital and distributed ledger which performs in a transparent environment without the need for a trusted authority to validate transactions. Rather, there are computer nodes that follow some consensuses and protocols to operate the ledger in an automated way.

A Blockchain is also able to execute so-called Smart Contracts application, self-executable computer programs that perform yet simple logic but can be assembled to produce sophisticated applications.

Using Blockchain & Internet-of-Things in supply chain traceability

Our offering

We offer a range of services from introductory training, strategic advisory and assisted prototyping right through to the delivery of production ready enterprise solutions:

  • Strategy
  • Advisory
  • Use-case design
  • Development
  • Prototype
  • Enterprise solutions

Is your business ready for Blockchain?

Try your idea and use case in a lab.

Deloitte Luxembourg is part of the Grid EMEA Blockchain Lab. Deloitte Luxembourg has a specialist team who aims to disrupt and deliver positive results to businesses, via the power of Blockchain technology. If you want to proof your concept with concrete software, just use our lab.

The lab has already developed several use cases such as:

  • ArtTracktive
    ArtTracktive proposes a platform to solve traceability issues in art by recording interactions between all parties involved on a Blockchain in processes such as lending and selling. Parties interact with the Blockchain through a web application in order to record their actions from the introduction of the piece of art, its certification, and the notification of sell/lend, all the way to the shipping and customs clearing.
  • AirMes
    The AirMes PoC provides an answer to recent regulations that enforce the need for a timely reporting on post-trade transactions. EMIR, MIFIR, FSTC, and others involve challenges in terms of data quality, data reconciliation, timing, and cost that a Blockchain can address thanks to its immutable shared ledger of pre-reconciled transaction reports.

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Patrick Laurent

Patrick Laurent

Partner | Technology & Innovation Leader

Patrick is Deloitte Luxembourg’s Technology & Innovation Leader. He joined Deloitte as Partner in 2011 and was promoted to the firm’s Executive Committee in 2018. Patrick specializes in IT Strategy, C... More

Thibault Chollet

Thibault Chollet

Director | Technology & Enterprise Applications

Thibault joined Deloitte in February 2006. His main areas of expertise are the design of IT strategy and target operating model, consulting in technology, and management of corporate-wide IT projects ... More

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