This report outlines how banks and other organisations are pioneering the use of distributed ledger technologies for a range of applications.
Some of the world’s largest banks and technology firms have begun investing large resources into pioneering the use of blockchain technology in recent years. With potential applications from establishing digital identities through to automating traditionally paper intensive processes like trade finance, blockchain is widely viewed as the most disruptive technology to emerge since the Internet. This report from KPMG China, entitled Consensus: Immutable Agreement for the Internet of value, outlines the efforts so far to pioneer this form of distributed ledger technology.
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