Preparing for a Blockchain Future

Blockchain technology is set to be a major player of the future digital economy, but many business leaders remain unsure what that means for their companies going forward. In a Deloitte survey of 308 senior executives at large U.S. companies, 39 percent of respondents had little or no knowledge about blockchain technology. A survey of more than 200 board-level, non-IT executives in the U.K. yielded similar results: Around 40 percent said they do not fully understand the technology, and less than 10% believe their organisations have the necessary skill sets to adopt it.


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