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Smart Contracts Market 2020 COVID-19 Outbreak – Threats, Opportunities, Major Companies – Blockstream Corporation, BitPay, Inc, Coinbase, etc.

The analysis, ‘Global Smart Contracts Market’ — Worldwide Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2020-2027, demonstrates all-encompassing information of this Smart Contracts market which appraises the market size and assesses the market analysis over the predicted period. The ruling segments of this Smart Contracts market are observable with detailed information showing their revenue’s, synopsis of all the business, latest advancements, product segmentation, etc. The players of the Smart Contracts market are further discussed within this report. Geographically this report is subdivided into several vital regions, with Smart Contracts data related by manufacturing and consumption patterns, including revenues (Mn/Bn USD), market share and increased pace of global Smart Contracts market in these regions, for a decade from 2015 to 2019 (forecast), covering, along with it’s share (percent) and also CAGR for its forecast period 2020 to 2027.

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Smart Contracts Industry Competitive Landscape

The following sections of this Smart Contracts report provide a comparative analysis of active market players. In sequence supply, a dashboard view of the vital players Smart Contracts report includes organization profile, marketing plans embraced, product portfolio, technology advances in production, Smart Contracts company market shares and performance in the previous decades. The report department will help to estimate the Smart Contracts strategies set up by top market players also to develop effective market plans accordingly.

Smart Contracts Market Leaders who are mentioned in the report:

Blockstream Corporation

BitPay, Inc

Coinbase, Inc

BlockCypher, Inc

Coinify ApS

Chain, Inc.


GoCoin Pte. Ltd


Monax Industries Limited

Market Segmentation:

For more thorough comprehension of the global Smart Contracts market trends and chances, the report is divided into various sections like Smart Contracts product types, end-use applications as well as regions. It is helpful to investigate the emerging market for Smart Contracts and forecast. Each segment market share is studied separately in the accounts to comprehend the equal contribution to global Smart Contracts market development.

Segmentation Based on Smart Contracts Types:





Segmentation Based on Smart Contracts Application:




Supply Chain


Real Estate



Segmentation by Smart Contracts Regions:

United States, Canada, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, Netherlands, Turkey, Switzerland, Sweden, Poland, Belgium, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, India, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Columbia, Chile, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa and Rest of the World.

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This record canvassed comprehensive Smart Contracts information regarding the significant players employed in the market. This Smart Contracts report comprises a business outline, revenue talk, benefit, newest events, product offering, and methods of those players. The development of the crucial companies alongside their resources such as development, cost, and client satisfaction are shrouded in the research report about the International Smart Contracts market.

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IBM and University of Tokyo team up for Quantum Innovation Initiative Consortium

“I believe that Japan will play an important role in implementing quantum computing technology to society ahead of rest of the world, and that …

Big Blue and the University of Tokyo launched the Quantum Innovation Initiative Consortium (QIIC) on Thursday, in an effort to bring together industry, academics, and government to push forward quantum computing in Japan.

QIIC will be housed at the University of Tokyo and have access to the IBM Quantum Computation Center, which has 20 of Big Blue’s “most advanced” quantum computers, according to IBM.

Joining the consortium, as well as IBM’s Q Network, will be Toshiba, Hitachi, Mizuho, MUFG, JSR, DIC, Toyota, Mitsubishi Chemicals, and Keio University.

“I believe that Japan will play an important role in implementing quantum computing technology to society ahead of rest of the world, and that industry-academia-government collaboration is necessary for this,” president of the University of Tokyo professor Makoto Gonokami said.

IBM and the University of Tokyo signed an agreement at the end of 2019 that would see a Q System One, owned and operated by IBM, installed in an IBM facility in Japan. At the time, it was said to be the third in the world after installations in the US and Germany. IBM said on Thursday the installation is planned for next year.

On Wednesday, Toshiba said it would lead a Global Quantum Cryptography Communications Network research project that was commissioned by the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. Alongside Toshiba, NEC, Mitsubishi Electric, Furukawa Electric, Hamamatsu Photonics, University of Tokyo, Hokkaido University, Yokohama National University, Gakushuin University, the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Technology, and the National Institute of Materials and Technology will be involved in the project.

The project is set to run until the end of the 2024 financial year and will look to create a network of 100 quantum cryptographic devices and 10,000 users. Four areas of research have been identified: Quantum communication link technology; trusted node technology to ensure cryptographic keys are tamper resistant; quantum relay technology; and WAN construction and operation.

Toshiba said the project has a planned budget of 1.44 billion yen for its first year.

Elsewhere, the European arm of Japanese giant Fujitsu said it has signed up BBVA, Spain’s second largest bank, for a proof of concept involving its digital annealer technology.

The annealer will be used to optimise asset portfolios and minimise risk.

“Finding the optimal selection from just 20 stocks generates the equivalent of over one quintillion (10 18) permutations,” Fujitsu said. “Because of this complexity, portfolio optimisation has traditionally been a manual task, guided more frequently by guesswork than empirical data — simply because the convoluted calculations far exceed the capabilities of regular computers.”

“However, Fujitsu’s digital annealer has been designed to process exactly this sort of complex combinatorial problem in just minutes.”

The bank also intends to use the annealer to determine when is the best time to buy or sell assets, Fujitsu added.

“While true quantum computing as a technology is still in the laboratory testing phase, digital annealer represents a bridge to this future technology, thanks to its ability to evaluate multiple different combinations extremely rapidly,” CTO for Fujitsu in Span Carlos Cordero said.

Beyond trying to define the stock market, the Japanese giant also said its annealer had previously been used to help optimise seams for welding robots in car making and find the best routes for delivery trucks. It has also been involved in helping pharmaceutical companies with discovering new substances.

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NEC to create hybrid quantum systems alongside D-Wave

Companies to look into developing services that combine Leap quantum annealing cloud with NEC supercomputers.

Quantum entanglement breakthrough could boost encryption, secure communications

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Honeywell claims to have world’s highest performing quantum computer according to IBM’s benchmark

Honeywell said JP Morgan Chase and other customers are using its quantum computer in production, which it claims is the most powerful currently in use based on a benchmark established last year by IBM.

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Why Lands Ministry should consider blockchain solutions

It however left out some implementation details of how a blockchain system would actually tackle fraud and this is the topic for today. Advertisement.


Three years ago I wrote about the need to adopt blockchain technologies within our Lands registry.

The main thrust then, as it is now is now is that blockchain solutions have the ability to code ‘trust’ into machines and take it away from the human beings operating them.

These humans could be within or beyond the Lands ministry and include but are not limited to clerical, legal, banking, ICT among other staff who are experts in facilitating fraudulent activities in land transactions.

Common fraudulent activities within the land sector range from missing files, duplicate owners of a single title, production of fake titles, real titles attached to non-existent plots, sale of public parcels to innocent buyers among others.

My previous article had also shown how the current digitization effort based on the traditional centralised server system under the control of one entity or institution would not cure the above problems.

It however left out some implementation details of how a blockchain system would actually tackle fraud and this is the topic for today.



The first thing to realise with blockchain systems is that one needs a group of entities to define and agree on the rules that will eventually be coded into the various autonomous servers or nodes under their control.

In other words, rather than just the Ministry of Lands having the sole responsibility of updating and maintain the registry, this role is defined and shared across multiple stakeholder entities.

The entities may include, but are not limited to: the Lands Commission, the Law Society of Kenya, the Kenya Bankers Association, the Land Surveyors of Kenya among others.

Each of these entities would run a server or node that keeps and maintains the same shared ledger of land titles in Kenya.

But what makes the blockchain ledger so different from that of the traditional centralised system?

Several things stand out but we shall talk about immutability and the controlled update process for land titles.

Immutability is a property found in blockchain databases or ledgers, which states that once a record is entered into the database, it cannot be deleted or changed by any of the participating entities.

This of course implies that whatever record is being entered into this special titles database as being the plot belonging to one Mr Onyango must be of the highest integrity.

Additionally, if Mr. Onyango so decides to sell off the plot, only he has the rights to initiate the process – and not someone in the ecosystem changing records to disinherit him without his knowledge.


Which brings us to the next unique property of blockhain systems, the controlled updates.

If Mr Onyango wishes to transfer the title to another owner, he would initiate the process from his device, mobile app or on the web.

This would then be converted and broadcasted to all entities participating nodes or servers in the blockchain ecosystem as a message request for transfer.

Each node would then act autonomously and go through the validation process of electronically checking if the title exists in its ledger, if it currently belongs to Mr Onyango, if the new buyer exists among other checks as per the agreed rules of engagement.

In an automated process known as consensus building, the request to transfer title would only be executed if a majority of the participating stakeholder nodes do establish that the request is valid.

This means that if one of the participating entities wishes to pass a fraudulent activity, the other honest nodes would flag the transaction and ignore the request to update their ledgers accordingly.

This is the controlled update process that happens through consensus protocols that execute without further human intervention once the blockchain system has been initiated.

Blockchain systems are what can cure problems at the Ministry of Lands. Any other systems are always good money for consultants but will not address the perpetual issues inherent in Kenya’s land transactions.

Mr Walubengo is a lecturer at Multimedia University of Kenya, Faculty of Computing and IT.

Email: [email protected], Twitter: @Jwalu

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Elon Musk’s supply-chain dream might come true

Elon Musk’s supply-chain dream might come true. 29 July 2020 By Antony Currie. Email; Share …

The Tesla boss says the company is willing to provide rivals with batteries, powertrains and self-driving software. That may appeal to startups and even some traditional automakers. As with other Musk projects, though, Tesla-as-a-parts-service will take time to become reality.

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