A new survey suggests that attitudes towards adopting the blockchain for businesses are shifting with respondents giving favorable results.
KPMG, a company providing audit, tax and advisory services, released its ‘2019 Technology Industry Innovation‘ survey, which looked at responses from over 740 global leaders in the technology industry from 12 countries.
According to the figures, 41% indicated that it’s “very likely/likely” that they will implement the blockchain into their company within the next three years, whereas 28% said that it was “not likely/not at all likely.”
A further 48% noted that it is “very likely/likely” that the blockchain will change how they conduct business in the same time period, with 27% stating that it was “not likely/not at all likely.”
Speaking about the results, Damien Ducourty, co-founder of B9lab, a provider of blockchain education and training, said that the technology has the potential to change a number of industries.