Forbes unveils list with Blockchain Billionaires

Posted 17 April, 2019

The Forbes news agency has published a list of companies implementing blockchain technology whose capitalization exceeds one billion dollars. The list includes companies leading the development of their own cryptocurrency or blockchain platforms, as well as firms using innovative technology to manage logistics or track product quality.

The publication notes that the blockchain technology is developing despite a long decline in the cryptocurrency market. Most notably, the distributed register is integrated into the improvement of business processes in the United States. So, Depository Trust & amp; Clearing Corp (DTCC), the company controlling the bulk of the US stock market, clearing and settling virtually all transactions in stocks, corporate and municipal bonds, government securities, after a few months will transfer records of 50,000 accounts to the blockchain platform AxCore.

Using data from industry consultants and other experts, the Forbes team of journalists and editors has identified more than 100 large companies actively exploring blockchain through industry consortia and other projects of their own. The presented list includes 50 companies of billionaires, the most famous of which are: Amazon, Walmart, Facebook, ING, Mastercard, Microsoft and Nestle.

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17 April, 2019 17:55

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