Blockchain will Definitely Expand and Find more Use Cases, Suggests Cherie Aimée

Blockchain technology has been transforming and disrupting the world as numerous startups are using blockchain and coming up with secure and innovative solutions. However, there are many views that suggest that blockchain is overhyped and apart from cryptocurrencies, does not possess myriad use cases. So to seek insight about the future of blockchain, BlockPublisher reached out to Cherie Aimée, a sound and knowledgeable personality having a substantial understanding of the blockchain.

Cherie Aimée is ranked number six on top 100 most influential women in blockchain and was recently named as the female leader of the year. She is the former director of communications at ShipChain and a member of the Board of Directors of the Transplant Forum at Columbia University Medical Center. Besides that, she is an international speaker and VIP contributor for Influencive. She was asked about the fate of blockchain. Upon enquiring, if blockchain would be expanding and finding more use cases, she responded:

Def! Currently 99% of the current use cases are for crypto. Yet blockchain can help government, supply chain, healthcare and many different industries with secure, reliable, & transparent transactions.

At the moment, the governments of countries such as the United States, Spain, Japan, China, Australia and many more have adopted the use of blockchain in different fields. Many popular chains and companies such as Walmart and IBM have also shown their trust in the blockchain. With collaborations, different companies and governments have already started working on different sectors such as supply chain and healthcare.

In the future, many new countries are expected to aid mass adoption by joining the list of countries who support and opt the blockchain. The ones who are already using blockchain are expected to demonstrate practical applications of the blockchain. As suggested by Cherie, blockchain is capable of helping many industries so with time passing by, we can explore more use cases for blockchain.

Fatir Malik

Electrical engineer by profession, turned into blockchain developer. Fatir contributes regularly with his insights about latest developments in fintech sector. Contact the editor at editor.opinions@blockpublisher.com

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