IBM Global Financing will use blockchain, touted as a way to make many markets and functions more efficient by removing the middleman, to free up capital tied in customer disputes By Kim S. Nash and Rachael
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Not only is Wall Street excited about its potential, but industries as diverse as media, real estate, and healthcare are looking at its uses. You can get a detailed look at some of its practical applications
cio.com - Peter B. Nichol is a healthcare business and technology executive, who has been recognized for digital innovation by CIO.com, the MIT Sloan School of Management, Computerworld and the Project Management Institute.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If you keep tabs on the fintech, then you’re already well familiar with the hype machine known as blockchain. But, there are still plenty