Over a holiday season, CoinDesk published a far-reaching operation of underline articles from experts and stakeholders in and outward of a bitcoin and blockchain industry.
Billed as a 2015 Review, a array encouraged guest writers – including experts on law and finance, academics, entrepreneurs and even readers – to plead a year past and a year ahead.
Our contributors didn’t always agree, though they did come adult with a series of intriguing predictions, any shabby by their unique positions and practice in a field.
In this article, we’ve pared down that information to conclude 7 pivotal trends that could figure a story of a bitcoin and blockchain attention in a entrance months:
1. Blockchain apps will be released
2016 is expected to see blockchain record pierce over contention and into a financial market, professional services firms say.
In disdainful pieces by PwC and Deloitte, both of a firms, that are actively operative with financial partners to rise proofs-of-concept (POCs), trust their work will see a wider assembly this year.
In a square entitled Blockchain Will Become a Reality in 2016, Deloitte’s Eric Piscini, Simon Lapscher and Andrew Garfrerick, wrote:
“We design to see existent use cases for blockchain technology