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Research: Businesses Most Trust IBM Blockchain and Ethereum

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In business matters, businessmen trust IBM more than Microsoft and other manufacturers. This was clarified during the September study of Juniper Research, conducted in North America. 65% of respondents would choose IBM Blockchain for embedding a distributed registry in their business.

Microsoft collected only 7% of the vote. Accenture, Deloitte and Oracle got even less. Analysts of Juniper Research interviewed the heads of enterprises, which employs more than 10,000 people.

The Blockchain Enterprise Survey: Deployments, Benefits & Attitudes also noted that businessmen prefer Ethereum to run decentralized applications and related solutions. This platform received 50% of the vote. Paid decisions on the blockbuster took 15%.

In this there is nothing surprising: in search of cost reduction and improving the efficiency of the company from the Fortune 500 list, they are intensively exploring the possibilities of blocking, IoT and AI. In August, we reported that ICE, Microsoft, BCG, Starbucks jointly create a crypt platform Bakkt. Amazon and Walmart are exploring ways to improve logistics for delivering goods to consumers. Google recently published a free analytical tool for viewing Bitcoin and Ethereum blockbusters.

Leadership IBM in block-development for entrepreneurs can be considered well-deserved. First, the corporation has multimillion-dollar budgets and an army of 330,000 employees. The company employs more than 1,500 blockbuster experts under the head of Jerry Cuomo. Secondly, the company began to deploy its blocking initiatives three years ago, when the Crypto-currencies have just started the bull race.

This year, IBM, in particular, launched a platform for start-ups and entered into a partnership with Stellar to launch a cross-border translation system . The corporation constantly flashes in the headlines, so businessmen are more likely to recall it than about other suppliers of blocking solutions.

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