A new study conducted by the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), shows that only a quarter of the world’s companies use solutions built on blockchain technology. It is reported Bloomberg.
The researchers conducted a survey of 600 companies from around the world. Despite the fact that the majority of firms explores the possibilities of the blockchain (20%) or already developing products using this technology (32%), only 15% of companies have a fully working solution. In 10% of cases of software product passes the stage of pilot launch.
It is noteworthy that 14% of companies do not relate to the topic of the distributed registry. And 7% of the companies associated with bloccano projects are in a “frozen” state.
As said a top Manager of PwC Granja McNamara, company not moving to the blockchain solution due to associated costs and poor compatibility with existing infrastructure. In addition, many companies are simply waiting for technology development and proof that the blockchain will bring more value and profit than existing solutions.
“It’s a little discouraging how everything is inert. A took a few steps and stood in front of the bridge. They might have difficulties with counting the profits,” — said McNamara.
Note that according to a survey Deloitte conducted among 1050 managers of firms with an annual income of at least $500 million, 23% companies are ready to invest from $5 to $10 million in the blockchain technology.
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