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德勤区块链调查:全球采用区块链数量上升,企业看好数字资产

2020-6-18 16:15

 

昨天,德勤发布了年度“全球区块链调查2020”,研究区块链技术的投资和发展趋势。调查发现,39%的受访者已经将区块链投入生产,而2019年这一比例为23%。对于收入超过10亿美元的公司来说,生产数据甚至更高,为46%。


德勤在截至3月3日的一个月内对14个国家的1,488名高管进行了抽样调查。因此,在许多地区,这代表了covid -19前的前景。


该公司表示,“组织机构似乎比以往任何时候都更致力于”区块链。55%(2019年:53%)的受访者肯定了这一点,认为区块链是至关重要的,是他们的五大战略重点之一。


德勤咨询有限公司区块链和Digital Assets全球和美国咨询主管Linda Pawczuk表示:“今年的调查显示,区块链在各个行业、行业和应用领域的组织战略思维中都根深蒂固。”


调查还发现,人们对区块链的态度略有变化,更多的是正面反馈。83%的受访者表示,如果不采用区块链,他们将失去竞争优势,高于去年的77%。同时,88%的人认为区块链具有高度的可扩展性,最终将成为主流。


然而,一些受访者仍然对区块链持怀疑态度,54%的受访者认为区块链被过度炒作了,而去年这一比例为43%。


虽然全球的采用有所增加(生产区块链增加了16%),但各国的采用数字却大不相同。在美国在美国,31%的受访者说区块链在生产,而在中国,区块链的价值几乎是美国的两倍,为59%。亚太地区的比例为53%。

数字资产


今年的调查还揭示了数字资产的采用及其在全球商业中的作用。德勤发现,89%的受访者表示,未来三年,数字资产将对他们的业务非常重要或有些重要。83%的受访者认为,数字资产将在5至10年内成为法定货币的替代或完全替代。


然而,问题是在如何使用数字资产方面缺乏明确的共识。随着公司开发用例并采用数字资产,最重要的问题领域是新的税收和法规遵从性结构。但公司对此并不担心,约80%的公司声称他们已经准备好应对数字资产的监管问题。


尽管数字资产通常与加密货币相关联,但它们更加多样化,可以用于各种目的。在他们的商业模式中,认为数字资产最集中于企业控制(64%),其次是一般资产支持(63%)。加密货币排名第三,占59%。


“我们调查证实了我们在市场上看到的——一个扩散数字资产用作交换手段,价值储存手段,数字表示特定的资产或股权在公司,”罗伯Massey说,伙伴,全球和美国税务主管区块链和数字资产,德勤税务律师事务所。

其他的考虑


除了监管的不确定性,58%的受访者表示,网络安全也影响了他们的区块链和数字资产战略。与此同时,21%的人说网络安全是他们推进区块链和数字资产战略的唯一障碍。


27%到33%的受访者采用了前七个用例。按受欢迎程度排序,它们是数字货币、数据共享、数据核对、身份保护、支付、跟踪和追踪以及资产保护。


德勤的调查还探讨了全球数字身份的使用,63%的受访者表示,在区块链领域前进至关重要。在数字身份的应用中,全球金融交易(29%)和数据隐私(27%)受益最大。


与此同时,区块链协会模型正在被探索,以帮助解决采用区块链时的复杂性。2020年的调查研究了企业在加入联盟时面临的问题。41%的受访者最突出的挑战是无法建立公平平衡的治理规则,以及对成员角色和责任的界定不明确。

 

 

Yesterday, Deloitte published it’s annual ‘Global Blockchain Survey 2020’ studying the investment and development trends in blockchain technology. It found that 39% of respondents had already put blockchain into production, compared to 23% in 2019. The production figure was even higher at 46% for organizations with more than $1 billion in revenues.

Deloitte surveyed a sample of 1,488 senior executives across 14 countries over a month ending March 3rd. So in many regions, this represents a pre-COVID-19 perspective. 

The company said that “organizations appear to be more committed than ever” to blockchain. This was affirmed by 55% (2019: 53%) of respondents saying blockchain is critical and in their top-five strategic priorities. 

“This year’s survey suggests that blockchain is solidly entrenched in the strategic thinking of organizations across industries, sectors and applications,” said Linda Pawczuk, Principal, Global and U.S. Consulting Leader for Blockchain and Digital Assets, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

The survey also observed a slight change in attitudes towards blockchain, with more positive feedback. 83% of the respondents said they would lose a competitive edge if they don’t adopt blockchain, up from last year’s 77%. Meanwhile, 88% believe blockchain is highly scalable and will eventually become mainstream. 

However, some respondents are still skeptical about blockchain, and 54% said blockchain is overhyped, compared to last year’s 43%. 

While global adoption has increased, as demonstrated by the 16% rise in production blockchains, country-wise adoption figures broadly differ. In the U.S., 31% of the respondents said blockchain is in production, compared to China, where the value is nearly double at 59%. The APAC region stood at 53%. 

Digital Assets 

This year’s survey also sheds some light on digital asset adoption and their role in global commerce. Deloitte found that 89% of the survey respondents said digital assets would be very or somewhat important for their business in the next three years. And 83% believed digital assets would serve as an alternative or outright replacement for fiat currency in five to 10 years. 

However, the problem is the lack of a clear consensus on how digital assets will be used. As companies develop use cases and adopt digital assets, the most significant problem areas are new tax and regulatory compliance structures. But companies are unfazed by this, and some 80% claimed they were prepared to deal with regulatory aspects of digital assets. 

Although digital assets are often associated with cryptocurrencies, they are more diverse and can be used for a variety of purposes. Respondents who considered digital assets in their business models were most focused on enterprise controlled (64%) followed by general asset-backed (63%). Cryptocurrency comes at number three, with 59%. 

“Our survey confirms what we see in the marketplace — a proliferation of digital assets used as a means of exchange, a store of value, digital representations of specific assets, or equity in a company,” said Rob Massey, Partner, Global and U.S. Tax Leader for Blockchain and Digital Assets, Deloitte Tax LLP.

Other considerations

Along with regulatory uncertainty, 58% of respondents said cybersecurity was also impacting their blockchain and digital asset strategy. Meanwhile, 21% said cybersecurity was the only hindrance to advancing their blockchain and digital asset strategy. 

The top seven use cases were adopted by between 27% and 33% of respondents. In order of popularity, they were digital currency, data sharing, data reconciliation, identity protection, payments, track and trace and asset protection.

The Deloitte survey also explored the use of global digital identity, and 63% said it was vital to move forward in the blockchain space. Among the applications of digital identity, global financial transactions (29%) and data privacy (27%) stand to benefit the most. 

Meanwhile, the blockchain consortia model is being explored to help address complexities in blockchain adoption. The 2020 survey studied the issues faced by enterprises when joining a consortium. The most prominent challenges for 41% of the respondents were the inability to create fair and balanced governance rules and poorly defined roles and responsibilities of members. 

来自: Ledger Insights