As befits any new interesting technology, blockchain is in search of problems to solve. Those who understand blockchain and those who might benefit from using it live in different worlds. Bridging the knowledge gap between the two worlds depends on communicating clear and credible attributes of blockchain, as these attributes are the trigger for understanding where they could deliver value.
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Blockchain marketing agency Zage recently conducted 102 interviews with leaders, founders, and investors in functioning blockchain projects and published the findings in a free report “Real World Applications of Blockchain Technology”.