State of Blockchain Industry: Q3 2020
August 24, 2020
This year has proven predictions that 2020 would completely redefine the entire blockchain & distributed ledger (DLT) landscape. We’re halfway through the third quarter (Q3) of 2020 and already have witnessed a significant shift in widespread adoption by Enterprise and Governments (CBDCs, Digital Currencies, etc.), increased improvements on infrastructure & scalability, exploding market adoption of decentralized applications (DApps) & finance (DeFi), tokenization and more. The landscape is seeing its most significant year yet building towards now several major planned releases (Ethereum 2.0, Project Ubin, China’s Digital Yuan, Libra, etc.) and the tipping point for mass consumer adoption.
During my upcoming talk on August 26th, I’ll go in-depth on many of these themes, the overall Q3 2020 Blockchain Landscape, and provide you with a roadmap to successfully navigate the rapidly emerging decentralized future of applications. You can expect takeaways on:
- The 2020 Blockchain Landscape including new companies, venture funds, and leading categories (an updated Q3 2020 industry map will be provided to all for later reference).
- An overview of rising industry themes such as, DeFi, Tokenization, CBDCs, Oracles, Digital Identity, Storage, the rising Virtual Economy, and more.
- Updates on major 2020 releases along with breakdowns of active Enterprise use cases you need to be aware, and where venture capital is placing their bets.
- Plus, general activity, new business models, global trends, areas of opportunity, and more!
Grab your seat today, and register now. Make sure to have your questions ready as I’ll be taking live Q&A during the event as well. Registration is open and free for all to this upcoming event. See you there!!
🎙️ FREE Research On The 2020 Decentralized Applications (DApps) Industry:
Available now, for free is my latest research on Decentralized Applications or DApp “Stack” Landscape Map — the Q2 2020 edition. This map provides a full overview and taxonomy of the emerging DApps industry highlighting over 400 global companies teaching playing a vital role in building next-generation applications. As a bonus, I’ve included some of the ecosystem players and groups you need to be familiar with as you prepare to release your applications. If this is the first version you’ve seen of the landscape, consider it your guiding roadmap to further understanding not only the industry but all the core technology required to build a full or partial Decentralized Application (DApp).