The most recent 2020 Deloitte study is out and shows that over 55% of respondents see blockchain as basic and in their best five methodologies needs in 2020.
This most recent overview likewise uncovers a generous bounce in blockchain appropriation from 23% by and large to twofold at 46%.
The overview thinks about comparative assumptions on blockchain importance in the course of recent years and shows a 12% ascent in slants on blockchain’s basic job in firms since 2018.
Here is a feature of key reactions from the review on the different parts of blockchain and its pertinence across different businesses:
- 89% of survey respondents view digital assets as very important to their digital industries in the next 3 years
- No clear consensus on exactly how digital assets will be used or the specific role they will play
- 88% believe blockchain is broadly scalable and will eventually achieve mainstream adoption
- 83% believe their organization or project will lose a competitive advantage if they don’t adopt blockchain
- 86% believe there is a compelling business case for the use of blockchain within their organization or project
- 54% believe blockchain is overhyped compared to 43% i 2019 and 39% in 2018
- 85% said their suppliers, customers and/or competitors are discussing or working on blockchain solutions to solve current value chain challenges in their organzations.
- 82% of respondents said they are hiring staff with blockchain expertise or plan to do so within the next 12 months, compared to 73% in 2019
- 39% of respondents have already incorporated blockchain into production with China leading the pack at 59% compard to US at 31%
- 46% of respondents with revenues exceeding Us $1 billion have brought blockchain into prouction compared to 23% overall
- 83% of respondents strongly agree that digital assets will be an alternative to or replacement for fiat currencies in the next 5-10 years
- 64% say enterprise-controlled digital assets are most under consideration compared to 54% for fiat-backed, stablecoins, and utility tokens
- 66% said cybersecurity is the major concern hampering widespread acceptance and use of blockchain tools
- 36% of respondents planning at least $5 million in blockchain investment plans over the next 12 months
- 35% said the greatest barrier to blockchain adoption is replacing and adapting existing legacy systems
- 33% say they are implementing a digital currency use case for blockchain while 32% cited data access and sharing use case
Of course, attitude alone does not drive blockchain adoption. Sentiment however matters, as it lead to confidence and investment.
According to the survey:
The story of blockchain in 2020 is a story of tangible, real-world implementations across large and small scales. But is also a story about how blockchain affects the entire organization and makes everyone a participant in its success.”
This survey is clear proof that blockchain sentiments are fast on the rise and will eventually see investments in this technology moving forward across the globe.