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Exclusive: Ralf Kubli From Casper Unveils Groundbreaking Blockchain and AI Innovations at Consensus 2024

Hassan Shittu
Last updated: | 3 min read

In an exclusive interview with Cryptonews’s Matt Zahab at Consensus 2024 in Austin, Ralf Kubli, a board member at the Casper Association, shared the cutting-edge advancements Casper is making in the blockchain and AI space.

This interview revealed Casper’s innovative enterprise solutions, unique tokenization approach, and exciting new collaboration with IBM.

Casper is making significant waves with its secure, general-purpose smart contract platform tailored for enterprise applications. Kubli discussed how Casper is redefining tokenization by categorizing it into financial, tangible, and intangible assets rather than focusing broadly on Real-World Assets (RWAs).

Furthermore, he pinpointed Casper’s partnership with IBM to launch Prove-AI, which aims to bring unparalleled control and transparency to AI data governance.

Pioneering Blockchain Solutions by Casper


Casper is redefining enterprise blockchain solutions with its general-purpose smart contract platform, designed with a strong emphasis on security. Ralf Kubli detailed Casper’s distinctive features, stating:

“Casper is a general-purpose smart contract platform, but it’s built for security. We have instant finality and really interesting concepts around contracts and account management, which is quite unique in this space.”

These features, as illustrated by Kubli, position Casper as a leader in providing robust, secure blockchain solutions tailored to enterprise needs.

Recently, tokenization has been a buzzword in the blockchain community, but Casper is approaching it with a fresh perspective. Rather than getting caught up in the overhyped concept of Real-World Assets (RWAs), Casper categorizes tokenization into three specific areas: financial, tangible, and intangible.

“When you think about what the blockchain really is, it’s an insurance layer. Blockchain is your ability to prove certain facts immutably and indisputably. For financial applications, this is really key because you can collateralize many more items in the future.”

He emphasized tokenizing and collateralizing physical inventory and other unique assets rather than already digital assets like treasuries. He also showed his excitement about what tokenization should be.

“I’m not excited about tokenization of treasuries—they’re quite digital already. I’m really excited about what you can tokenize and use then as collateral in financial transactions in the future.”

The Future Landscape of Tokenization


Ralf Kubli sees the future of tokenization being driven by the CFOs of large, publicly traded companies. He illustrated this vision with a practical example:

“Think of a very large company that has good IT systems. At any given point, let’s say you’re selling a consumer good like a shoe. You have $300 million of shoes on boats everywhere in the world being shipped to your customers. In the future, you can prove that these shoes really exist and find people that will lend you money against that inventory.”

This illustrative example of his approach shows the potential of tokenization to revolutionize financial management and asset liquidity for major corporations.

Notably, Casper also collaborated with IBM to launch Prove-AI, which marks a significant milestone in AI governance. This model aims to enhance transparency and control over AI training data. Kubli described the initiative as version control over what data should be used to train AI models.

“Prove-AI is an AI governance model for WatsonX. You need to be able to do version control, audit what kind of data was used in training the model, control who has access to these models, and manage how you retrieve and revoke this access. This is crucial from both a regulatory point of view and a good governance perspective.”

Prove AI aims to provide a secure and reliable method for maintaining and sharing audit logs of AI data. It includes AI version control, multi-party access controls, and advanced auditing features for AI training datasets. This partnership with IBM will undoubtedly provide unprecedented visibility and control over AI data management.

Casper also recently launched the Odra Rust framework, which simplifies the construction of smart contracts on their platform. Kuepfer shared this while emphasizing that they are the easiest chain to build on.

“We have released a framework called Odra Rust. It is delivering on the promise that we are one of the easiest chains to interact with and build on.”

Consensus 2024


Cryptonews reporters Rachel Wolfson and Matt Zahab are on the ground at Consensus 2024. Taking interviews from industry leaders and pioneers as well as prominent analysts, they bring you the latest updates from one of the biggest crypto events globally.