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The arrival of crypto
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Deloitte shares why executives are exploring blockchain and smart contracts to gain a competitive edge. Learn about the downside for those who aren’t.
Long dismissed and overlooked by the financial world, digital assets have hit the mainstream. After all, many crypto companies trade publicly on the Nasdaq exchange. Online payment platforms are working on plans to accept cryptocurrency. Governments are exploring central bank digital currencies. And, tellingly, advertisements aired during the 2022 Super Bowl included numerous crypto-focused companies.
The emergence of multiple blockchain platforms means increasing speed, efficiency and interoperability of digital assets amid falling transaction costs. Crypto and its many applications may soon infiltrate all industries thanks to applications and smart contract use cases ranging from vaccine passport apps to voting technology to supply chain management.
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