Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market 2019 Global Share, Business Growth, Trend, Segmentation …

This Blockchain Distributed Ledger MarketReport provides in-depth and detailed data for investment plans with research and development budgets, …


This Blockchain Distributed Ledger MarketReport provides in-depth and detailed data for investment plans with research and development budgets, raw material budgets, labor cost, and other funds. Global Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market industry is large enough to build a sustainable business, so this report helps you to identify the opportunities in Global Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market.

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The Global Blockchain Distributed Ledger market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025. The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Blockchain Distributed Ledger market based on company, product type, end-user and key regions. This report focuses on the Blockchain Distributed Ledger in the global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application.

Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market Segment by Manufacturers: –

Chain Inc.



Eris Industries



Blockchain Tech Pvt. Ltd.

Microsoft Corporation

Digital Asset Holdings


Global Blockchain Distributed Ledger market report also presents the manufacturer’s landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major manufacturers operating in the Blockchain Distributed Ledger industry. Blockchain Distributed Ledger market also provides Opportunities, Risk, and Driving Force which shows current and future market condition, to get a full detailed list, view our report.

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About Blockchain Distributed Ledger Industry

Blockchain Distributed Ledger market segmented on the basis of product, end-use application, and geography. Furthermore, on the basis of geography, the Blockchain Distributed Ledger market is classified into five major regions including the Middle East, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Africa, and Latin America.

The overviews, SWOT analysis and strategies of each vendor in the Blockchain Distributed Ledger market provide understanding about the market forces and how those can be exploited to create future opportunities. This research report categorizes the global Blockchain Distributed Ledger market by top players/brands, region, type and end user. This report also studies the global Blockchain Distributed Ledger market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels and distributors.

Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market by Regions: –

North America (USA, Canada and Mexico),

Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy),

Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia),

South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia etc.),

Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Industry chain analysis, raw material and end user’s information. Global key players’ information including SWOT analysis, company’s financial figures, Laser Marking Machine figures of each company are covered. Blockchain Distributed Ledger market analysis tools used in the report include Porter’s five forces analysis, PEST analysis, drivers and restraints, opportunities and threatens. Based year in this report is 2019; the historical data is from 2014 to 2018 and forecast year is from 2019 to 2025.

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Major highlights of the global research report:

  • In-depth analysis of the degree of competition across the globe
  • Estimation of global market values and volumes
  • Global market analysis through industry analysis tools such as SWOT and Porter’s five analysis
  • Business profiling of prominent companies across the global regions like North America, Latin America, Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Africa, and Europe
  • Detailed elaboration on global market value, volume, and penetration
  • Global market growth projections
  • Detailed description on development policies and plans
  • Analytical study on drivers, restraints, opportunities, hindrances, inadequacies, challenges and strengths

Report Answers Following Questions:

  1. What are the important R&D (Research and Development) factors and data identifications to responsible for rising market share?
  2. What are future investment opportunities in the in Blockchain Distributed Ledger landscape analysing price trends?
  3. Which are most dynamic companies with ranges and recent development within Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market till 2026?
  4. In what way is the market expected to develop in the forthcoming years?
  5. What are the principle issues that will impact development, including future income projections?
  6. What are market opportunities and potential risks associated with Blockchain Distributed Ledger by analysing trends?

Table of Contents:

Global Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market Research Report

Chapter 1: Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market Overview

Chapter 2: Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3: Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4: Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5: Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6: Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7: Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8: Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11: Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12: Global Blockchain Distributed Ledger Market Forecast

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Blockchain as an Application Platform Market: Upcoming Huge Investment by World | Accenture …

Blockchain Platform is a comprehensive distributed ledger cloud platform to provision blockchain networks and deploys & runs smart contracts to …

“Blockchain as an Application Platform which helps organizations to build and deploy blockchain applications with speed. Blockchain Platform is a comprehensive distributed ledger cloud platform to provision blockchain networks and deploys & runs smart contracts to update and query the ledger. it includes the detailed information regarding the drivers of the Blockchain as an Application Platform Market such as the increased demand from businesses with multiple locations to centralize their operations and security risks raised in the IT industry by bringing your device policy. It also includes detailed information about the restraints, opportunities, and challenges in the market.”

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Accenture, McKinsey, Oracle, Microsoft, Deloitte, Boston Consulting Group , IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Waves Platform, HPE, Baidu, Stratis, AWS, Huawei, KPMG, Accenture, PwC, Infosys , TCS, Capgemini, Deloitte, Cognizant, EY, NTT Data, ConsenSys, Wipro, L&T Infotech, and Mphasis

Global Blockchain as an Application Platform Market is expected to huge growth during forecast period 2019 to 2025. It offers a comparative have a look at of the aggressive panorama which includes ranking of the industries based on revenue generation and earnings margin. It’s been employed via number one and secondary studies strategies. The most critical pieces of information had been gathered through it.

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Why India Needs To Up Its Game In Blockchain

It covers all the significant areas of blockchain from basics of decentralisation to cryptography to hands-on smart contract development and much more …
Why India Needs To Up Its Game In BlockchainWhy India Needs To Up Its Game In Blockchain

A skilled workforce is the backbone of any economy. And because of the quality and affordability of skilled human resources in India, it has become a destination for outsourced work. As a result of the amount of work done out of India for the global market, there is an enormous demand for upskilling of the general population.

Blockchain is a revolutionary emerging technology that is going to have a tremendous impact on the world. With the right amount of industry and government participation, India could be in leadership ranks in the adoption of blockchain over the next five years, says a survey by global consultancy firm PwC.

Since India has large developer communities, upskilling programs for emerging technologies like Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and internet of things (IoT) are highly sought after. In response to this demand, there are tons of education service providers who provide creative and engaging training programs in both online and offline models.

However, as education service providers recently began preparing for this new vertical, only a handful of good quality providers are available in the market.

According to Blockchain Report 2019 by NASSCOM, the adoption of blockchain technology in India is experiencing rapid growth and commitments in blockchain-based projects have touched over $20 Bn across various industries. Further, as we already see around us, most of the Indian state governments such as those of Telangana, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra are supporting blockchain startups and projects as well as organizing conferences & hackathons on the topic.

As great organizing conferences and hackathons are, it is merely not enough to educate the broader audience or to produce quality blockchain professionals to cater to industry’s demand. The most effective way to provide full-fledged blockchain professionals with hands-on knowledge and training is to include blockchain learning curriculums at an institute level.

The crux is that we need an inclusive approach to help prepare future India for this new technology, that is going to underpin the majority of domains. For example, PES University in Bangalore is introducing a blockchain training program in partnership with BirthVenue.

This program will span 13 weeks and is being introduced as an optional elective for the pre-final year students. It covers all the significant areas of blockchain from basics of decentralisation to cryptography to hands-on smart contract development and much more.

The entire curriculum is designed by industry experts who are actively working on a large number of blockchain projects for state governments and corporate giants, who will be later on invited to give live talks at the university.

Most of the blockchain programs offered in the market are usually conducted by a trainer who themselves have been trained from the fixed course material and fail to have any practical experience. This severely hinders the goal of the program, as there is no industry focus.

Blockchains are still in their growth stage, but with numerous real-life projects on the horizon, the domain is set to boom. If universities & colleges begin offering blockchain programs like the examples shared above, we will be able to capture this boom just like we captured the IT boom in the 90s. Even if your institute is not progressive enough or you are an early/late-stage professional, fret not because you can still sign up for programs independently and make yourself competitive.

As they say – ‘Get busy living or get busy dying!’

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Company behind CryptoKitties raises $11 million to create new blockchain

The company secured $11 million in funding from Warner, Andreessen Horowitz, and Venrock to create a developer-friendly blockchain.

DapperLabs, the company that created the popular CryptoKitties Ethereum collectibles game, announced the launch of its new blockchain platform—Flow. The company secured $11 million in funding from Warner, Andreessen Horowitz, and Venrock to create a developer-friendly blockchain.

DapperLabs raises $11 million for new blockchain platform aimed at games

The creators of one of the most successful blockchain games in the world, DapperLabs, announced that they will be launching their own native blockchain platform. The company behind CryptoKitties shared the news in Sep. 12 Medium post, saying they were searching for a solution to other blockchains’ problem of scalability since 2017.

“After almost two years of research, we’re excited to share Flow with the world,” Roham Gharegozlou, CEO of Dapper Labs, said in a statement.

The company’s blockchain, called Flow, was designed to be a developer-friendly platform and be able to support “entire ecosystems of apps, games, and digital assets that power them.”

DapperLabs was able to create Flow thanks to the $11 million it raised in its latest round of financing. According to the official announcement, the company was backed by the leading players in both crypto and entertainment industries. Backers included Andreessen Horowitz’s a16z crypto fund, Accomplice, Warner Music Group, Venrock, CoinFund, and others.

Angel investors William William Mougayar, James and Glenn Hutchins, Don Mattrick, and Nanon de Gaspe Beaubien-Mattrick also participated in the funding round.

Flow’s attempt to connect entertainment and blockchain brings Warner Group on board

DapperLabs said that Flow was designed to meet mainstream developer and consumer expectations. It managed to reduce “redundant effort” and increase the network’s efficiency by shirking proof-of-work, a protocol used by many cryptocurrency networks, including Bitcoin.

Instead, Flow is a proof-of-stake blockchain, which allows for better energy usage and easier scalability.

Gharegozlou said that Flow was designed with the entertainment industry in mind, explaining that it can be used by artists to issue their own crypto tokens or games to reward users.

5/ Flow is designed as a world entertainment network, bringing the first billion people to decentralized ecosystems through apps, games, and digital assets that power them.

— Flow Network (@withflow_) September 12, 2019

This is the premise that attracted some of the biggest players in the entertainment industry—Warner Music Group and Ubisoft.

While Forbesreported that Warner contributed less than $1 million to the round, the sheer size of Warner’s audience makes this one of the most important crossovers between traditional media companies and blockchain. Flow is the first blockchain investment the entertainment giant made but could prove to be monumental. Warner is reportedly looking into how cryptocurrencies could be used to tip artists.

7/ The journey to bridge the gap between the mainstream and the rest of the decentralized ecosystem starts now. We’re really excited for you to be part of it! 💦

— Flow Network (@withflow_) September 12, 2019

Ubisoft, the company behind the globally popular Assassin’s Creed game series, is developing a racing game that enables users to buy, sell, trade, and race unique cars.

However, Flow could come across serious regulatory setbacks if not careful with the way they structure their tokens. For now, DapperLabs hasn’t released any information on whether their tokens would be viewed as securities or as cryptocurrencies.

Gharehozlou toldForbes that the only people informed of these details are accredited investors under securities law exemptions.

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Demystifying blockchain to reveal its business benefits

So how can blockchain bring enough business benefit to enterprises, … so only those required can decrypt it, and store it on the distributed ledger.
Mention blockchain to CTOs and technology leaders, and their reply will probably include epithets such as – “has potential”, “experimental platform”, and the dreaded, “still in its infancy”. To paraphrase Star Wars Jedi master Yoda, “Shrouded in mist are the business benefits of blockchain technology”. Atlas City CEO and co-founder Darren Oliveiro-Priestnall demystifies the technology and spotlights some business benefits Demystifying blockchain to reveal its business benefits image

Blockchain was invented to bring about transparency – remove the middleman, everyone sees the changes in the ledger, and everyone agrees to the changes.

Chief Financial Officers are currently having a hard time. The stresses being imposed by the shenanigans in Westminster concerning Brexit is not making their job any easier. The ‘just-in-time’ nature of business today, coupled with the accelerating change of technology is making them sweat over each financial decision. So how can blockchain bring enough business benefit to enterprises, to push CFOs into digging a little deeper into the technology, or even trialling a limited blockchain rollout?


I once worked with a pharmaceutical firm which stored its data and services on a cloud platform, duplicated in Dublin and Amsterdam. Dublin was the prime datacentre – Amsterdam the secondary.

When the Dublin datacentre went down, they expected Amsterdam to take over. Nothing happened, and they lost access to services and data. I can imagine the conversations when the datacentre failed.

“Okay, don’t panic, get the emergency procedure – where’s the procedure document? It’s in a database – in the same cloud. Okay, now we can panic.”

The cause? Centralised directory services failed, taking all the European cloud infrastructure with it. Everything was distributed, but still dependent on centralised directory services. Yes, they could have duplicated the services on multiple clouds, but they’d still have to route traffic and rely on those centralised systems and services. Even implementing that system, there’d still be plenty of opportunity for their services to fail. I’d call it a ‘spread the risk and hope for the best’ strategy.

Much better would be to decentralise the services themselves with. Together with all the business logic, there is no single point of failure. So, you can run nodes in the cloud, distributed and scaled, but with decentralised services. How’s that for a business benefit? It only takes one incident as I’ve just described to have enterprises undertaking the feared ‘market survey’. Result? They move their business elsewhere.

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Security – the power of hashing

An interesting use case to me, highlighting blockchain’s security credentials, is using the immutable nature of a blockchain to verify if something has changed over time. This capability is critical for sharing files and securing data.

As an example, I recently downloaded an operating system (OS) image file. Below the image file icon was a procedure to verify if the image I’d downloaded had been tampered with. This procedure uses a function to regenerate a hash value, which can be compared to

the original hash. Any difference could mean a virus-infected OS. But what if my attacker replaces the hash on the server coincident with replacing the image file?

Understanding the viability of blockchain in supply chain management

There’s a lot of hype around blockchain in supply chain management; can it help enterprises escape their siloed insights and enable them to take a more integrated and holistic approach?

Due to blockchain’s immutable nature, I could generate a hash at the time the image file is placed on the server. All we need to do then is to frequently and automatically check if the hash changes. If it has, sound the alarm, because somebody might have updated the OS image, but not the hash key. The other reason would be a visit from a hacker.

This process can be applied to all kinds of data. Firewall configurations for example. Since firewalls are complicated to configure, a small change can be overlooked for months or even years. So, we hash the firewall configuration file, store it and then proceed as before. Check the hash key frequently and automatically, setting off alarms if a change is found. Texts and emails to IT security staff could also form part of the alarm system.

The confidentiality riddle

Blockchain was invented to bring about transparency – remove the middleman, everyone sees the changes in the ledger, and everyone agrees to the changes. But what if businesses want some data to be confidential? I can encrypt data so only those required can decrypt it, and store it on the distributed ledger. But we still require a part of the transaction to be visible, otherwise, how can we reach a consensus that something is valid? If I send private information to you, such as information related to my identity I can encrypt all the metadata so only you can see it, but I still need to be transparent about the information so that all the validators can check that my identity is real.

But what if I don’t want to even reveal that much? We can have confidential transactions where I use cryptography to produce a proof of the transaction, and I only need to present this proof for consensus. The consensus certifies that proofs are valid, meaning nodes don’t need to see or know the inner details of the proof.

From the proof, we can conclude that transfers were signed correctly, a sufficient condition for consensus. If required, I can show the workings of that transfer to a court if needed. This means I can perform transactions with people so that only those involved see the information, this leads to a near-perfect privacy solution.

I’ve outlined just three topics which can result in major business benefits for enterprises and governmental organisations deploying blockchain technology. The generality of the three focusses means that blockchain systems can be applied by many other businesses, who are currently seeking solutions to questions blockchain has already answered.

Darren Oliveiro-Priestnall is CEO and co-founder of Atlas City

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