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金融服務中的區塊鏈:關鍵機遇、供應商策略、市場預測(2021-2030)

Blockchain in Financial Services: Key Opportunities, Vendor Strategies & Market Forecasts 2021-2030

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  • 簡介
  • 目錄
簡介

本報告調查了金融服務中的區塊鏈,並對區塊鏈技術用例、其特點和優勢、使用障礙、當前區塊鏈市場狀況以及推動市場增長的三個因素進行了全面評估。總結了在主要用途中使用區塊鏈的可能性案例(數位身份認證、跨境支付、保險)。

目錄

市場趨勢和策略

第 1 章要點和戰略建議

第 2 章金融服務中的區塊鏈:市場狀況

  • 簡介
    • 背景
    • 區塊鏈的關鍵要素
    • 金融服務中的區塊鏈
    • 區域分析
      • 印度
      • 中國
      • 新加坡
      • 美國
      • 歐盟
      • 愛沙尼亞
      • 德國
      • 西班牙
      • 英國
      • 瑞士
      • 法國

第三章數位身份認證中的區塊鏈

  • 簡介
    • 數位身份認證中的區塊鏈
    • 在數位身份認證中使用區塊鏈
    • 政府
    • 電子商務
    • 在數位身份認證中使用區塊鏈的障礙
    • 數位身份認證中區塊鏈的未來展望

第四章跨境匯款中的區塊鏈

  • 簡介
    • 數位支付的興起
    • 跨境匯款:現狀
    • 區塊鏈在跨境支付中的應用
    • 在跨境支付中使用區塊鏈的障礙
    • 跨境匯款區塊鏈的未來展望

第 5 章保險中的區塊鏈

  • 簡介
    • 區塊鏈在保險中的應用
    • 在保險中使用區塊鏈的障礙
    • 保險區塊鏈的未來展望

第 6 章區塊鏈:金融服務中的其他用例

  • 金融服務中的其他區塊鏈用例
    • 穩定幣
    • 中央銀行數位貨幣 (CBDC)
    • 貿易融資
    • 貸款/信用評□□分
    • 國內結算
  • 與在金融服務中使用區塊鏈相關的挑戰
    • 互操作性
    • 可擴展性的不確定性
    • 實施成本
    • 技術問題
    • 區塊鏈缺乏人力資源
    • 安全問題
    • 利益相關者需要瞭解好處
    • 缺乏監管的預期法律風險
    • 無法保證的數據質量
    • 一般評論/建議
  • 瞻博研究的觀點

競爭排行榜

Juniper Research 的第 1 章競爭排行榜

第二章公司簡介

  • Accenture
  • Algorythmix
  • Applicature
  • Applied Blockchain
  • Auxesis Group
  • Blockchains
  • ConsenSys
  • Galileo Platforms
  • IBM
  • Infosys
  • Oracle
  • R3
  • Ripple
  • Spring Labs
  • Velo Labs
  • Juniper Research的競爭排行榜評估方法
  • 相關研究

數據/預測

第一章區塊鏈:介紹

  • 簡介
    • 背景
    • 區塊鏈的關鍵要素

第2章數位身份認證中的區塊鏈

  • 簡介
  • 調查方法/假設
    • 數位身份認證中的區塊鏈預測

第三章跨境匯款中的區塊鏈

  • 簡介
  • 調查方法
    • 跨境環境下的區塊鏈預測

第 4 章保險中的區塊鏈

  • 簡介
    • 區塊鏈在保險中的應用
    • 調查方法/假設
    • 保險中的區塊鏈預測
目錄

Juniper Research's latest “Blockchain in Financial Services” research offers a comprehensive and independent assessment of the use cases for blockchain technology within the financial services sphere; covering its capabilities, benefits, and barriers to further use. The report includes an extensive analysis of the current blockchain landscape, market drivers and future market stakeholders, as well as examining the key vendors operating in the space through Juniper Research's Competitor Leaderboard.

The report also provides a detailed overview of the key regions and markets globally; examining ongoing blockchain research and activity within them. The research focuses on 3 key use cases: digital identity verification, cross-border payments and insurance, and also discusses the potential for blockchain use in other areas of financial services, such as CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency), trade finance, lending/credit scoring and domestic payments.

The research suite includes industry benchmark forecasts for blockchain use in key areas including:

  • Digital Identity Verification
    • Banking
    • eGovernment
    • eCommerce payments
  • Cross-border remittances
    • B2B
    • Consumer
  • Insurance
    • Motor Insurance
    • Home Insurance
    • Life Insurance
    • Health Insurance

This research suite comprises:

  • Strategy & Trends (PDF)
  • Competitive Landscape (PDF)
  • Data & Forecasts (PDF & Excel)
  • 12 months' access to harvest online data platform

KEY FEATURES

  • Sector Dynamics: A detailed analysis of the current status of blockchain within financial services and the further potential for this technology to be adopted in this area; highlighting the prospective drivers and challenges within several key segments, including:
    • Digital Identity Verification
    • Cross-border Payments
    • Insurance
    • Stablecoins
    • CBDCs
    • Trade Finance
    • Lending/Credit Scoring
    • Domestic Payments
  • Key Takeaways & Strategic Recommendations: Highlights key market takeaways around the benefits of blockchain deployment and barriers to its use in this sector, as well as providing recommendations for stakeholders to consider for successful implementation.
  • Benchmark Industry Forecasts: Analysis and a 10-year forecast suite for blockchain; providing forecasts for the deployment, value and achievable cost savings within the blockchain in financial services market for the following sectors:
    • Digital Identity Verification
    • Cross-border Payments
    • Insurance
  • Data is split by our 8 key regions and 25 countries, including:
    • Argentina
    • Australia
    • Brazil
    • Canada
    • China
    • Colombia
    • Denmark
    • France
    • Germany
    • India
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Mexico
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Singapore
    • South Africa
    • South Korea
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • UK
    • US
  • Interviews with leading players across the blockchain value chain, including:
    • Oracle
    • R3
  • Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard: Key player capability and capacity assessment for 15 vendors, together with our Competitor Leaderboard positioning matrix:
    • Accenture
    • Algorythmix
    • Applicature
    • Applied Blockchain
    • Auxesis Group
    • Blockchains
    • ConsenSys
    • Galileo Platforms
    • IBM
    • Infosys
    • Oracle
    • R3
    • Ripple
    • Spring Labs
    • Velo Labs

KEY QUESTIONS

  • 1. What key trends are shaping the growth of blockchain in the financial services arena today?
  • 2. What are the key use cases for blockchain in financial services?
  • 3. What are the fastest-growing countries for the adoption of blockchain in financial services and why?
  • 4. What is the future growth potential for blockchain in financial services?
  • 5. Who are the key providers of blockchain within the financial services sector and how can they secure their market position?

COMPANIES REFERENCED

  • Interviewed: Oracle, R3.
  • Case Studied: Evernym Factorin.
  • Included in Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard: Accenture, Algorythmix, Applicature, Applied Blockchain, Auxesis Group, Blockchains, ConsenSys, Galileo Platforms, IBM, Infosys, Oracle, R3, Ripple, Spring Labs, Velo Labs.
  • Mentioned: ABI, ADD.XYZ, Aegon, Ahli Jordan Bank, AIG, AIJB (Arab Jordan Investment Bank) , Alastria, Algorand, Alipay, Allianz, Amazon, American Express, AnchorUSD, Anquan, Ant Financial , ANZ, Aon, AP Moller-Maersk, Apfiny, Apollo Fintech, August Capital, Avant, AWS, AXA, Axis Bank, Azimo, BABB, Banco Rendimento, Bangkok Bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, Bank of Canada, Bank of Communications, Bank of England, Bank of NY Mellon, Banks CIBC, Banque de France, Bavarian State Ministry of Justice, BBOX, BeeTech, Benext, Better Mortgage, BGIN (Blockchain Governance Initiative Network), Bharti AXA, Binance.US, BIS, BitPay, Blink Innovation, Blockchain Capital, Blockchain.com, Blockdaemon, Bluetab Solutions Group, BlueVine, BMO (Bank of Montreal), BNP Paribas, BoJ (Bank of Japan), Borsa Italiana, CaixaBank, Cambridge Blockchain, Canada's Chamber of Digital Commerce, Cetas, CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau), CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission), Chain by Lightyear, China Construction Bank Asia, ChromaWay, CipherTrace, Circle, Citi, Cloudworks, Codex, Coinbase, Coincheck, Coinfirm, CoinMarketCap, Commerce Bank, Commercial Bank of Dubai, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Confirm, ConsenSys, Credly, CULedger, Cuscal, Cygnetise, Darwinsurance, Deloitte, Department of Economic Development, Department of Science and Technology, Desjardins, Deutsche Bank, DIF, DIFC (Dubai International Financial Centre), Digital Asset, Dreamteam, DTCC, Du Capital , EdenBull, Emirates Islamic, Emirates NBD, Energy Efficient Equity, Inc , Ensurge, EOS, ERV, Ethereum, EU Blockchain, European Central Bank, European Commission, evan GmbH, Expertus, EY, FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), Federal Chamber of Notaries, Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy , Federal Ministry of Economics, FedNow, Fireblocks, Firefly CNY, Forbesi, FRISS, Fundation, Fundbox, Funding Circle, GBBC (Global Blockchain Business Council), GCash, GCash, Generali Group, Germany Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy Secure Digital Identities, Global Shipping Business Network, GM Ventures, Goldman Sachs, GreatPoint Ventures, GreenSky, Guardtime, Guidewire, Haidrun, Hanwha Investment and Securities, HashKey Capital, HDFC Bank, Hewlett Packard, Hitachi, Howdoo, HSBC, HSS (Department of Health and Human Services), Humana, Hyperledger Fabric, IBBIC (Indian Banks' Blockchain Infrastructure Co), ICICI Bank, IDB (Inter-American Development Bank), IDBI Bank, IDRBT (Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology), India Trade Connect, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, IndusInd Bank, Inetum, Infosys, ING, Innosuisse, InstaReM, Institutes Risk Stream Collaborative, Intel Capital, Intellect EU, Interbank, IPFS, JFSA (Japan Financial Service Agency), JPMorgan, Jump Capital, Jungheinrich AG, Kaleido, KASIKORNBANK, KBC, KLM, Komgo, Kotak Mahindra Bank, KPMG, Ledgertech, LexisNexis, LHV Bank, Liberty Mutual, L-Incubator, Luther Systems, LVL, Maersk, Mashreq Bank, Mastercard, MediConCen, Merrill Lynch, Mesh, Microsoft, MIDAS (Motor Insurance DLT-based Authentication System), Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, MonetaGo, Monetary Authority of Singapore, MoneyGram, MTN Nigeria, Munich Re, MyCelia, Nasdaq, National Bank of Canada, Natixis, Nayms, NEM, Neurosoft, Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System Plc, NIST (National Institute of Standards Technology), Nium, Norbloc, Nordcloud, NPP Australia (New Payments Platform Australia), NPREX, Nuggets, OCBC, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, OKCoin, OnDeck Capital, P&G, PACE Funding Group, LLC, Parity, Payments Canada, PayPal, PBOC (People's Bank of China), Penn National, pingNpay, PIX, PKO Bank Polski, PNC, Pontual, Pravici, Proviar Solutions, Prudential, Punjab National Bank, Quorum, Rabobank, RAKBANK, RBC, RBL Bank, Real-time Payments Network, Rehive, Renovate America, Inc, Reply, Reserve Bank of Australia, Reserve Bank of India, Ria, RiskStream Collaborative, RocketSpace, SAMA (Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority), Santander, SatoshiPay, SBI Group, SBI Remit, SCB (Siam Commercial Bank), Scentre Group, Scotiabank, SEB, SEC (US Securities and Exchange Commission), SecureKey Technologies, Seven Bank, SGX (Singapore Exchange), Shell, Shinhan Bank of South Korea, Signum Capital, Singaporean United Overseas Bank, Singlife, SITA, SIX, Slice Labs, slock.it, Smart Dubai, Smartlands, SMBC, SNB (Swiss National Bank), Société Générale, SoFi, Sony, South African Reserve Bank, South Indian Bank, South Korean Financial Services Commission, Sovrin Foundation and Network, Standard Chartered, Starbucks, State Bank of India, Stellar, Supermoney, SupplyBloc, SureRemit, Sveriges Riksbank, SWIFT, Swiss Blockchain Federation, Swiss Re, Taos, TD Bank Group, Technological University of Munich, Telenor Microfinance, Temasek Holdings, Tendermint, TerraPay, Tetragon, Thales, The Floow, TMX Group, Tokio Marine, Toyota, TransRe, TransUnion, Treum, Trov, TruQua, TwinToken, UBS, UniCredit, Union Bank of India, Union Bank of the Philippines, UnionBank, UnipolSai, United Health Group, United Nations, UOB (United Overseas Bank), Upgrade, US Commodities Futures Trading Commission, US Department of Homeland Security, US Securities and Exchange Commission, US Treasury Bureau, USAA, Viamericas, Visa, Vitro, Vodafone, W3C Credentials Community Group, Wabion, Walmart, WEF (World Economic Forum), wefox, Wells Fargo, Western Union, Westpac, Willis Tower Watson, Wirex, World Bank, WWF, Wyzepay, Xoomworks, Yes Bank, Ygrene Energy Fund California, Zurich.

DATA & INTERACTIVE FORECAST

Juniper Research's “Blockchain in Financial Services” forecast suite includes:

  • Regional splits for 8 key regions, as well as 25 country-level data splits for:
    • Argentina
    • Australia
    • Brazil
    • Canada
    • China
    • Colombia
    • Denmark
    • France
    • Germany
    • India
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Mexico
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Singapore
    • South Africa
    • South Korea
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • UK
    • US
  • Forecast segment splits by:
    • Digital Identity Verification
    • Cross-border Payments
    • Insurance
  • Digital Identity Verification splits by:
    • Banking
    • eGovernment
    • eCommerce
  • Cross-border Payment splits by:
    • B2B
    • Consumer
  • Insurance splits by:
    • Motor Insurance
    • Home Insurance
    • Life Insurance
    • Health Insurance
  • Interactive Scenario Tool allowing users to manipulate Juniper Research's data for 10 different metrics.
  • Access to the full set of forecast data of more than 130 tables and over 53,000 datapoints.

Juniper Research's highly granular IFxl (interactive Excel) database enables clients to manipulate Juniper Research's forecast data and charts to test their own assumptions using the Interactive Scenario Tool, and compare select markets side by side in customised charts and tables. IFxls greatly increase clients' ability to both understand a particular market and to integrate their own views into the model.

Table of Contents

Market Trends & Strategies

1. Key Takeaways & Strategic Recommendations

  • 1.1 Key Takeaways & Strategic Recommendations
    • 1.1.1 Key Takeaways
    • 1.1.2 Strategic Recommendations

2. Blockchain in Financial Services: Market Landscape

  • 2.1 Introduction
    • Figure 2.1: Sectors Using Blockchain
    • 2.1.1 Background
      • Figure 2.2: Venture Capital Funding in Blockchain Start-up Companies Worldwide, 2016-2021 ($bn)
    • 2.1.2 Key Elements of Blockchain
      • i. Types of Blockchain Network
    • 2.1.3 Blockchain in Financial Services
      • Table 2.3: A Selection of Patents Filed for Blockchain-related Technology, 2020
      • i. Summary
    • 2.1.4 Regional Analysis
      • i. India
      • ii. China
      • iii. Singapore
      • iv. US
      • v. EU
      • vi. Estonia
      • vii. Germany
      • viii. Spain
      • ix. UK
      • x. Switzerland
      • xi. France

3. Blockchain in Digital Identity Verification

  • 3.1 Introduction
    • 3.1.1 Blockchain in Digital Identity Verification
      • i. Self-sovereign Identity
    • 3.1.2 Blockchain Use in Digital Identity Verification
    • 3.1.3 eGovernment
      • Figure 3.1 OECD Digital Government Index 2019
    • 3.1.4 eCommerce
      • Figure 3.2: Increase in CNP Fraud, 2020 to 2025
    • 3.1.5 Barriers to Blockchain Use in Digital Identity Verification
    • 3.1.6 Future Outlook for Blockchain in Digital Identity Verification

4. Blockchain in Cross-border Remittances

  • 4.1 Introduction
    • Figure 4.1: Online and Mobile Money Transfer and Remittances ($m), 2016-2025
    • i. The Rise of Digital Payments
    • 4.1.2 Cross-border Remittances: Current Status
      • i. Instant Payments
    • 4.1.3 Blockchain Use in Cross-border Payments
      • Figure 4.2: Blockchain-enabled Cross-border Payment Process
      • i. CBDC and Cross-border Payments
    • 4.1.4 Barriers to Blockchain Use in Cross-border Payments
    • 4.1.5 Future Outlook for Blockchain in Cross-border Remittances

5. Blockchain in Insurance

  • 5.1 Introduction
    • 5.1.1 Blockchain Use in Insurance
      • i. Blockchain Potential in Specific Areas of Insurance
    • 5.1.2 Barriers to Blockchain Use in Insurance
    • 5.1.3 Future Outlook for Blockchain in Insurance

6. Blockchain: Other Use Cases in Financial Services

  • 6.1 Other Use Cases for Blockchain in Financial Services
    • 6.1.1 Stablecoins
      • i. Advantages to Stablecoin Use
      • ii. Barriers to Stablecoin Use
    • 6.1.2 CBDC
      • i. Juniper Research View
    • 6.1.3 Trade Finance
      • Figure 6.2: Trade Finance Market Infrastructures & Participants Overview
    • 6.1.4 Lending/Credit Scoring
    • 6.1.5 Domestic Payments
  • 6.2 Challenges to Blockchain Use in Financial Services
    • i. Interoperability
    • ii. Uncertainties About Scalability
    • iii. Implementation Costs
    • iv. Technical Challenges
    • v. Lack of a Sizeable Blockchain Talent Pool
    • vi. Concerns About Security
    • vii. Stakeholders Need to Be Convinced of the Benefits
    • viii. Lack of Regulation and Anticipated Legal Risks
    • ix. Data Quality Is Not Guaranteed
    • 6.2.2 Summary and Recommendations
      • i. Aim for Interoperability
      • ii. Effective Planning Is Crucial
      • iii. Scalability is a Key Consideration
      • iv. Consider Implementation Costs
      • v. Ensure Integration with Existing Systems
      • vi. Address Technical Challenges
      • vii. Address the Blockchain Expertise Gap
      • viii. Build in Security/Privacy
      • ix. Persuade Stakeholders of Benefits
      • x. Addressing Regulatory Requirements
    • 6.2.3 Juniper Research View

Competitor Leaderboard

1. Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard

  • 1.1 Why Read This Report?
    • Table 1.1: Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard: Blockchain Vendors Included & Product Portfolio
    • Figure 1.2: Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard: Blockchain Vendors
    • Table 1.3: Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard: Blockchain Vendors & Positioning
    • Table 1.4: Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard Heatmap: Blockchain Vendors

2. Company Profiles

  • 2.1.1 Accenture
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
      • Figure 2.1: Accenture's Interoperability Node Solution
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.2 Algorythmix
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.3 Applicature
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.4 Applied Blockchain
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographic Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
      • Figure 2.2: Applied Blockchain's Mantle Layers
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Applied Blockchain Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities
  • 2.1.5 Auxesis Group
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.6 Blockchains
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • Blockchains has offices in Nevada, US, and Mittweida, Germany. The company owns 67,000 acres of land in northern Nevada and aims to use it to build an advanced technology park, to enable a collaborative sandbox environment with 'like-minded companies'.
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.7 ConsenSys
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.8 Galileo Platforms
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.9 IBM
    • i. Corporate
      • Table 2.3: IBM Financial Snapshot ($m), 2015-2020
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.10 Infosys
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographic Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Infosys Finacle Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities
  • 2.1.11 Oracle
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
      • Figure 2.4: Oracle Cloud Blockchain Platform
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.12 R3
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographic Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities
  • 2.1.13 Ripple
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographic Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities
  • 2.1.14 Spring Labs
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.1.15 Velo Labs
    • i. Corporate
    • ii. Geographical Spread
    • iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships
    • iv. High-level View of Offerings
    • v. Juniper Research's View: Key Strengths & Strategic Opportunities
  • 2.2 Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard Assessment Methodology
    • 2.2.1 Limitations & Interpretations
      • Table 2.5: Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard Scoring Criteria
  • 2.3 Related Research

Data & Forecasting

1. Blockchain: Introduction

  • 1.1 Introduction
    • Figure 1.1: Sectors Using Blockchain
    • 1.1.1 Background
      • Figure 1.2: Venture Capital Funding in Blockchain Start-up Companies Worldwide, 2016-2021 ($bn)
    • 1.1.2 Key Elements of Blockchain
      • i. Types of Blockchain Network

2. Blockchain in Digital Identity Verification

  • 2.1 Introduction
    • 2.1.1 Blockchain in Digital Identity Verification
  • 2.2 Methodology & Assumptions
    • Figure 2.1: Blockchain Deployment in Digital Identity Verification - Banking: Forecast Methodology
    • Figure 2.2: Blockchain Deployment in Digital Identity Verification - eGovernment: Forecast Methodology
    • Figure 2.3: Blockchain Deployment in Digital Identity Verification - eCommerce Payments: Forecast Methodology
    • Figure 2.4: Blockchain Deployment in Digital Identity Verification - Other Verification Services: Forecast Methodology
    • 2.2.1 Blockchain in Digital Identity Verification Forecasts
      • i. Volume of Digital Identity Verification Checks via the Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 2.5: Total Number of Digital Identity Verification Checks via the Blockchain (m), 2021-2030
      • ii. Cost Savings on Digital Identity Verification Checks Using Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 2.6: Total Cost Saving on All Digital Identity Verification Checks Using Blockchain ($m), 2021-2030
      • iii. Total Cost Savings on Digital Identity Verification Checks Using Blockchain - by Element
        • Figure & Table 2.7: Digital Identity Verification Cost Savings by Element (%)

3. Blockchain in Cross-border Remittances

  • 3.1 Introduction
  • 3.2 Methodology
    • Figure 3.1: Blockchain Deployment in B2B Cross-border Settlement: Forecast Methodology
    • Figure 3.2: Blockchain Deployment in Consumer Cross-Border Settlement: Forecast Methodology
    • 3.2.1 Blockchain in Cross-border Settlement Forecasts
      • i. Volume of Cross-border B2B and Consumer Transactions via the Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 3.3: Total Number of Cross-border B2B and Consumer Transactions Recorded on the Blockchain (m), 2021-2030
      • ii. Total Value of Cross-border B2B and Consumer Transactions via the Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 3.4: Total Value of Cross-border B2B & Consumer Transactions Recorded on the Blockchain ($bn), 2021-2030
      • iii. Total Savings from Blockchain Implementation in B2B and Consumer Cross-border Settlement
        • Figure & Table 3.5: Total Savings from Blockchain Implementation in B2B and Consumer Cross-border Settlement ($m), 2021-2030
      • iv. Total Savings from Cross-border B2B and Consumer Transactions via the Blockchain - by Element
        • Figure & Table 3.6: B2B & Consumer Cross-border Settlement Savings by Element (%), 2030

4. Blockchain in Insurance

  • 4.1 Introduction
    • 4.1.1 Blockchain Use in Insurance
    • 4.1.2 Methodology & Assumptions
      • Figure 4.1: Blockchain Deployment in Insurance: Forecast Methodology
    • 4.1.3 Blockchain in Insurance Forecasts
      • Figure & Table 4.2: Number of Insurance Policies Issued/Managed via the Blockchain (m), 2021-2030
      • i. Total Cost Saving on Insurance Premiums Issued/Managed via the Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 4.3: Total Cost Saving on Insurance Premiums Issued/Managed via the Blockchain ($m), 2021-2030
      • ii. Total Cost Saving on Insurance Premiums Issued/Managed via the Blockchain - by Insurance Type
        • Figure & Table 4.4: Share of Total Cost Savings on Insurance Premiums Issued/Managed via the Blockchain, by Insurance Type, 2030
      • iii. Total Number of Insurance Claims Processed via the Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 4.5: Total Number of Insurance Claims Processed via the Blockchain (m), 2021-2030
      • iv. Total Cost Saving on Insurance Claims Processed via the Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 4.6: Total Cost Saving on Insurance Claims Processed via the Blockchain ($m), 2021-2030
      • v. Total Cost Saving on Insurance Claims Processed via the Blockchain
        • Figure & Table 4.7: Share of Total Cost Savings on Insurance Claims Processed via the Blockchain, by Insurance Type, 2030