72% of the largest US companies on the Fortune 100 list are exploring opportunities of blockchain technology. Many of them are already launching services based on a distributed registry, reports The Block.
Fortune 100 is a list of one of the 100 largest revenues of public and private companies in the US and other countries.
Of 72 firms, approximately 42% are still superficially researching new technology and have not yet launched a pilot project or product.
Among the corporate sector, the most popular solutions from the Hyperledger consortium, in particular Fabric technology. The latter is actively used by giants such as IBM and Walmart.
Ethereum and Corda platforms are also popular.
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