Blockchain To Save Financial Cos USD 40 Bn Per Year: Study
According to a study by BIS Research, blockchain technology is expected to witness traction in India especially, in the insurance, banking, and other areas related to financial services market.
Digital Payment To Drive Blockchain Growth In India, Says Study
Technology : Networking & Communication
The study noted that the country’s blockchain market would be highly dependent on increasing growth of digital payment solution through several intermediaries including digital wallets and UPI
Blockchain Projects To Lose Much Gleam By 2025: GlobalData
A nwq report said that most of the blockchain projects will either be put aside in favor of more traditional approaches or they will be worked out in a manner which minimizes their dependence on blockchain technology.
How Tech Is Opening Myriad Opportunities In Aged Care
Category : Columns
Blockchain technology can help improve the operational efficiency, increase the capacity of care homes, standardize services, ensure delivery of personalized care & support and reduce the possibility of errors.
Google To Work On Its Own Blockchain Technology
The tech titan also plans to invent own distributed digital ledger that third parties can use to post and verify transactions.
Govts Exploring Blockchain To Boost Fintech Innovation
Category : Digital Enterprise
Technology : Infrastructure
Blockchains evoke global interest as governments experiment with fintech technology.
The Future Of Banking Is Paperless, Say Experts
Technology : Web Technologies
Online banking has enhanced customer satisfaction by providing anywhere anytime banking and benefitted banks through cost savings and increased penetration.
Blockchain To Disrupt Banking Industry By 2020: Infosys
Category : Press Releases
Nearly 50 per cent of the financial institutions are already investing or planning to invest during 2017, said Infosys.
Blockchain To Transform IoT Landscape
The combination of IoT and blockchain is creating the possibility of a circular economy and liquefying the capacity of assets