As blockchain hype subsides, banks count the cost of early euphoria

Banks and technology companies have poured billions of dollars into blockchain projects, but as the hype dies down, many of the early evangelists for the technology have come to the conclusion that production-ready deployment still remains a distant goal. Research conducted by the World Economic Forum and Accenture involving interviews with 550 individuals and an analysis of 79 blockchain projects has found little confidence in the ability of the technology to match its early […]

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