Blockchain Consortia Trends and Outlook 2021

On 7th January 2021 ESG Intelligence got a chance to present at the Global Blockchain Business Council’s Virtual members forum. Here we presented a summary of major blockchain consortia trends that we observed in 2020, and how we expect blockchain consortia to...

Blockchain Consortium Trends – July 2020

Here are the major blockchain consortium trends for 2020 so far: New Consortia formation continues to lag 2019: July was the weakest month in 2020 with respect to new blockchain consortia formation. Only two new blockchain consortia were added. As we move ahead, the...

Top Four Enterprise Blockchain Consortia Trends

Note: This article was last updated on July 23rd, 2019 to reflect the numbers on that date. You can find the latest blockchain consortium trends here. We track the development of more than 180 enterprise blockchain consortia and have recently completed the analysis of...

2018 Enterprise Blockchain Trends – Food and beverage industry

2018 was a very active year when it comes to enterprise adoption of the blockchain technology. The food and beverage industry was at the forefront of this adoption, as the number of enterprises trying out the technology grew multifold. At the beginning of the year,...

Governments remain bullish on blockchain for healthcare sector

The growing interest in the blockchain technology does not appear to be slowing down despite the extended turbulence in the cryptocurrency markets. Leading enterprises in every industry are today exploring whether and how blockchain can help them stay ahead of the...

Blockchain-based trade finance platforms: Winners for banks & Insurers

Trade finance is not only an useful instrument for improving liquidity and cash flows of traders and reducing the risk in global trade finance. It is an essential product for any bank to attract corporate customers. A similar product is Credit Insurance, where an...

Blockchain in Insurance Industry – Gaining Momentum

The insurance industry is largely process-driven and many of these processes require a significant human intervention. These processes include selling, evaluating, analyzing, processing, and activating, policies; customer service and management; receiving, validating,...

Blockchain – Proxy Voting: Made for Each Other

Annual General Meetings are supposed to be an ornament of transparency that is associated with publicly listed companies. Important decisions that influence business and sustainability performance of the company are put to vote in front of all shareholders,...

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