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Global blockchain spend to reach $19 billion in 2024

Organizations are forecast to spend nearly $6.6 billion on blockchain solutions this year, an increase of more than 50% compared to 2020. According to a new update to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Blockchain Spending Guide, blockchain spending will continue to see strong growth throughout the 2020-2024 forecast period with a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 48.0%.

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Blockchain technology provides a potential game changer for clothing supply chain

As governments around the world crack down on companies whose supply chains are linked to forced labour and other unethical and unsustainable practices, clothing retailers that have not considered introducing blockchain technologies to help provide them with supply chain transparency stand to lose out, says GlobalData.

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Majority of organisations plan automation investment

New survey reveals that 48% accelerated automation projects as a result of the pandemic, with cost savings, customer satisfaction, and employee productivity as primary drivers.

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New service from bluedog will improve blockchain security

With use of blockchain now moving beyond Bitcoin into banking and the wider business arena, a new service will help users ensure the security and integrity of their systems.

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What happens next?

International Data Corporation (IDC)has publishd its worldwide information technology (IT) industry predictions for 2021 and beyond.

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Wipro and Uniper collaborate to implement a blockchain-based small-scale liquefied natural gas trading/fulfilment platform

Platform to simplify the commodity supply chain and enable growth of the logistics-heavy decentralized LNG-for-trucks business.

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Solution developed as part of the first phase of Project Inthanon to enable de-centralized interbank payments using wholesale Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
Blockchain remains a popular topic, but supply chain leaders are failing to find suitable use cases. By 2023, 90% of blockchain-based supply chain initiatives will suffer ‘blockchain fatigue’ due to a lack of strong use cases, according to Gartner, Inc.
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As governments around the world crack down on companies whose supply chains are linked to forced labour and other unethical and unsustainable practices, clothing retailers that have not considered introducing blockchain technologies to help provide them with supply chain transparency stand to lose out, says GlobalData.
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The Future of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies

Keynote at ChainXChange, Las Vegas, 2018

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