Tech Business Leaders Name IoT Processes As Blockchain’s Greatest Disruptor: KPMG Study

Technology executives expect the Internet-of-Things (IoT) processes (27%) to be one of the greatest blockchain disruptors over the next three years, followed by trading (22%), reduced cyber risk (20%) and contracts (18%), found a new study by KPMG. “The technology executives we work with are also exploring the convergence of IoT, artificial intelligence (AI) and…

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Massive Digital Attraction of Major Auditing Firms

The cryptocurrency sector has elicited massive interest from different parties worldwide. Top professional auditing firms are hiring more specialized staff to respond to new products and service provision in the industry. The auditors have realized the huge opportunities connected with digital currencies and blockchains. Despite the current bearish market, major accountancy firms, including Ernst&Young, PwC,…

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KPMG Report Lays Out Incredibly Bullish Case for Crypto Assets

A recent report from “Big Four” auditor, KPMG, details the key challenges facing cryptocurrencies, and importantly notes that digital assets are a “big deal.” The report comes as institutions and corporations are becoming increasingly interested in cryptocurrencies as an investment class. The KPMG report opens with a section titled “Cryptoassets are a big deal,” explaining that despite…

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KPMG: Cryptocurrency Still Far Away From a Store of Value

When Moon? Not soon according to the talking heads at KPMG. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will require a bit more time before they truly function as a reliable store-of-value. We Ain’t There Yet, Says KPMG Whereas in August, KPMG reported that the blockchain industry was maturing and moving beyond experimentation, the latest study authored by KPMG,…

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Auditor KPMG Says Regulators Need ‘Up-to-Date’ Standards for Money Laundering in Crypto

Major global auditing and consulting firm KPMG has published a study focused on financial crime in Switzerland, with a section on cryptocurrency’s role, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch reported June 28. KPMG devotes a section of their study to the role of cryptocurrency in money laundering and financial crime, illustrating methods used to launder money via digital…

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