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Bain Study: If Implemented Right, Blockchain Will Dramatically Reduce Costs for Banks

Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize transaction banking according to a study by major global management consultancy firm Bain Company. According to Bain, transaction banking revenues tend to be less volatile than other types of banking revenues, and bankers can cross-sell products, which is critical for client loyalty.

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Deloitte: Businesses Who Don’t Consider Blockchain ‘Risk Falling Behind’

A new report issued by audit and consulting firm Deloitte has found that blockchain technology will become a critical asset to the retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry. The report analyzed over 50 potential blockchain use cases and suggests that the potential impact of the nascent technology is huge.

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Survey: 30% of Financial Executives to Commit Resources to Blockchain

The Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF) has released a report prepared in partnership with one of the ‘Big Four’ accounting and consulting firms Deloitte, on how blockchain technology is being employed in financial applications, Accounting Today reported May 9.The report entitled Blockchain for Financial Leaders: Opportunity vs.

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IBM and Major Banks Blockchain Partnership Reports First Live Pilot Transactions

IBMs partnership with international banks to develop a Blockchain trade finance platform called Batavia has resulted in the platforms first live pilot transactions, according to a press release published today, April 19.

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How Australia Is Becoming a Cryptocurrency Continent: Markets, Regulations and Plans

The very nature of cryptocurrencies dictate that regulation, control, and by extension, a centralized system, do not fit in with what they stand for. They are supposed to be totally decentralized, and therefore not dictated by many rules.

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Institutional Investors Will Be the Key to Another Cryptocurrency Rally

The market for digital assets lost nearly 50% of its value through the first quarter of 2018, leaving investors, traders and market spectators to wonder if the good times would ever be back. According to Bill Barhydt, founder and chief executive of cryptocurrency trading platform Abra, it’s possible.

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