The Enterprise Blockchain Gap A number of large corporations, including Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, and SAP, have started to take notice of, and invest in, blockchain technology. Enterprise customers are interested in the blockchain because it can help reduce fraud, increase transparency, and provide secure record keeping. Blockchain technology has started showing up in such diverse fields as cybersecurity, insurance, and supply chain management. Less technically savvy corporations are starting to dip their toes in the water, but there’s a huge gap between the desire to invest in blockahin technology and developers with the skills to implement it.
NEM is one of the oldest cryptocurrencies, started back in 2014, and one of the most valuable, with a market cap over $15 billion, but it’s also one of the least talked about. That may stem from its origins in Japan, but over the last few years it has expanded its reach to Asia, Europe, and beyond by forming partnerships with major corporations around the world to use the private version of the NEM blockchain.