Industry Data

Supply Chain Financial Service Real Estate Identity Remittance

$12.4 Billion
Worldwide Blockchain Spending in 2022


$60.7 Billion
Blockchain Market Size in 2024


Organizations are Actively Involved with Blockchain


World GDP will be Stored in Crypto Assets by 2027

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Supply Chain

Current supply chain management (SCM) is inefficient with a number of pain points, such as information asymmetry, poor inventory management and risks of counterfeiting. The OECD and the EUIPO stated that the value of counterfeited goods reached USD 500 bn in 2016.
Blockchain can benefit SCM in terms of traceability and security, by streamlining operations. According to Gartner, 20% of top global grocers will use blockchain for food safety and traceability by 2025.

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Financial Services

Financial institutions are the no.1 target for cyber attackers. According to Forbes, financial institutions suffer cybersecurity attacks 300 times more frequently than businesses in other industries. The average cyberattack costs of each financial institution was 18 million in 2018.
Integrating blockchain in financial services enable instant settlement of transactions and mitigate the risks of data loss. According to IDC, financial sector account for $552 million blockchain spending in 2018.

"Nine in 10 executives said their bank is currently exploring the use of blockchain." - ACCENTURE

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Real Estate

Information asymmetry is the key pain points for various stakeholders in property transactions. Fraud in real estate in the United States increased by 1100% from 2015 to 2017, according to the Internet Crime Compliant Center.
Blockchain can benefit real estate market through smart contracts and tokenization. It eliminates the middleman, promotes cost-effectiveness and increases liquidity of property.

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Identity theft remains a key issue for modern society. In 2017, 1 in 15 people became victims of identity fraud. There’s a new victim of identity theft every 2 seconds.
The blockchain identity management market is emerging, estimated to reach $3,454 million by 2024, at a CAGR 80% from 2018 to 2024, according to a report by Zion Market Research.
Korea, Estonia and Nederland are all exploring ways to employ blockchain technology in government areas. Personal digital signature allows citizen to have documentless identity authentication, which eases daily activities such as voting, receiving government subsidies, and automobile purchase.

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According to the World Bank, global remittances reached $689 billion in 2018. Mexico ($30.02B) receives the greatest amount of remittance, followed by China ($16.14B). A report by Clovr shows that 15.8% of remittance are sent through cryptocurrency in the United States.
Sending remittance using crypto minimizes the transaction fee and transfer time, it also allows p2p money transmission.

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