While Blockchain's application as a cryptocurrency is relatively well-known, its application to broader business applications is often misunderstood or underestimated. As an 'incorruptible digital ledger of ... transactions that can be programmed to record ... virtually anything of value' (Tapscott & Tapscott, 2016), this technology holds the potential to radically simplify how business opportunities are funded and controlled. This research seeks to understand how the block chain may be used to improve infrastructure funding and control by developing a model to explain the potential usefulness of blockchain to large-scale public and private infrastructure projects.
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