Quantum Computing

What does the dawn of quantum computing mean for blockchain?

In the wrong hands, quantum computing could be used to hijack billions of dollars worth of cryptocurrencies. Image: REUTERS

Itan Barmes

Project Fellow, Quantum Security, World Economic Forum Geneva

Isaac Kohn

Partner, Deloitte

Colin Soutar

Managing Director, Cyber Risk, Deloitte

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