🔹 Blockchain’s been a hot topic for a few years, starting with the tidal wave of the Bitcoin hype and gradually coming into its own. By the end of 2019, it’s already been the keystone of IT conferences, the buzzword of the marketing machine, and the target of some backlash (mainly in regards to cryptocurrencies).
🔹 While the general idea of blockchain as the next big IT thing is quieting down a bit, the notion of the sector-specific distributed ledger technology (DLT) use is on the rise.
🔹 What this means is that we’re on the verge of mass business adoption of blockchain, starting with enterprises.
🔹 Still, the technology is young and use cases are not nearly extensively explored, so there’s much to learn as you go. Even if the researchers and strategists at your company did their homework, at some point the development team will likely have to address the following three issues when working with enterprise blockchain.
- Scalability and transaction speed
- Decentralization vs. centralization and security issues
- Interoperability challenges
💥 What do you think, will mass blockchain implementation give a new impulse to the blockchain market? 🎯
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