A survey of 350 Chinese companies revealed that the pre-VID-19 corporate optimism about blockchain is still alive in the region.
According to Xinhua, the study, called „Blockchain in the Post-Epidemic Era,“ showed that 70% of companies surveyed before the coronavirus outbreak remain optimistic about the potential of blockchain technology. Up to 20% believe they will invest even more to mitigate the effects of the crisis.
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Respondents come from 10 different industries, including specialized firms related to blockchain, manufacturing, trade, supply chain management and finance.
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The experts quoted in the survey said:
„Industrial blockchain profoundly serves the central body of social production enterprises (…) As a reliable data network between enterprises, blockchain solves the problem that traditional centralized databases cannot generate trust between enterprises and solves the trust problem of multiparty collaboration“.
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Confidence remains intact despite the crisis
Although the sudden outbreak of COVID-19 forced companies to halt their development, the study says that confidence in blockchain has not diminished.
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