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Developers of commercial IT-solutions put on the blockсhain

70% of leading technology companies prepare pilot projects in this sphere.

28.Jun.18 2:33 AM
By Mark Gainer


Developers of commercial IT-solutions put on the blockсhain
70 percent of the world's leading suppliers of commercial IT products are engaged in the development of pilot projects in the field of distributed registry technology, writes online magazine ForkLog. These conclusions were reached in a recent study by the Nasdaq and Celent stock exchange, which interviewed the heads of 20 technology firms in Asia, America, and Europe.

According to the survey, of the remaining 30 percent of IT companies, 20 percent do not yet want to expand the range of their services at the expense of the block, and 5 percent would like it, but do not consider themselves prepared because of lack of experience. The results of the survey showed that the active implementation of blocking technology in business is hindered primarily by the company's shortage of funds, as well as by fears of threats of computer fraud and money laundering. However, analyst Celent Josephine de Chaserns believes that in the digital age, leading IT solution providers should be flexible and not be afraid of change.

It should be noted that according to the results of another study conducted by the Chinese Academy of Information and Communication Technologies, only 8 percent of the 80,000 detached projects launched in the world at various times continue to work actively.

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