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ブロックチェーン:主要垂直市場の機会、動向&課題 2019-2030年

Blockchain

Key Vertical Opportunities, Trends & Challenges 2019-2030

 

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Juniper Research
ジュニパーリサーチ社
2019年11月GBP4,090
企業ライセンス(PDF+Excel)
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このレポートはブロックチェーン市場を調査し、地域別、国別の市場予測や用途別の市場予測を掲載しています。

掲載している市場予測

国別予測

  • カナダ
  • 中国
  • デンマーク
  • ドイツ
  • ノルウェー
  • ポルトガル
  • スペイン
  • スウェーデン
  • 日本
  • 英国
  • 米国

用途ごとの市場予測

  • 土地登記
  • 資産管理
  • 金融エコシステム

 

Overview

Juniper Research’s latest Blockchain report provides a critical assessment of the state of the blockchain market, through in-depth analysis of its most promising use cases in digital identity, the public sphere, asset tracking and the financial ecosystem.

Additionally, the research provides a detailed review of the competitive landscape in blockchain development and deployment, via two Juniper Research Indices and a Juniper Research Leaderboard. The report also provides detailed industry benchmark forecasts for land registry, asset tracking and financial services.

This research suite includes:

  • Deep Dive Strategy & Competition (PDF)
  • Deep Dive Data & Forecasting (PDF & Excel)
  • Executive Summary & Core Findings (PDF)
  • 12 months' access to harvest online data platform

Key Features

  • Market Dynamics: Detailed analysis of the most promising deployments and pilots in key verticals, including:
    • Digital identity
    • The public sphere
    • Asset tracking
    • The financial ecosystem
  • Public Sphere Innovation Index: Assessing blockchain-powered solutions in the land registry, notarisation and voting spaces offered by 14 leading players (Applied Blockchain, Acronis, BitFury, ChromaWay, Gemalto, IBM, KPMG, Medici Land Governance, Oracle, Propy, PwC, R3, SAP, Ubitquity).
  • Self-sovereign Identity Innovation Index: Assessing the blockchain-powered digital identity solutions offered by 10 leading players in the field (Cambridge Blockchain, Civic, Evernym, IBM, Jolocom, KYC-Chain, SelfKey, ShoCard, Sovrin, uPort).
  • Interviews with leading players across the blockchain ecosystem, including:
    • Acronis
    • ALTR
    • Flexa
    • Guardtime
    • IBM
    • Infosys Finacle
    • NXM Labs
    • Oracle
  • Juniper Research Leaderboard: Key player capability and capacity assessment, together with Leaderboard vendor positioning for 15 blockchain providers, including:
    • Accenture
    • ALTR
    • Applied Blockchain
    • Deloitte
    • Digital Asset
    • Guardtime
    • IBM
    • Infosys Finacle
    • Interstellar
    • Microsoft
    • NEM
    • Oracle
    • R3
    • Ripple
    • SAP
  • Benchmark Industry Forecasts include:
    • Total consumer savings realised through blockchain land registry deployments
    • Country spend for blockchain land registry purposes
    • Total revenues for blockchain platform providers in asset tracking
    • Total savings due to reduction in food fraud & compliance
    • Forecasts for annual bank savings from blockchain implementation in B2B cross-border settlement

Key Questions

  1. Which industries and use cases are the most promising when it comes to blockchain technology?
  2. What are the main challenges to blockchain technology implementation?
  3. Which companies are ranked the highest in Juniper Research’s Blockchain Leaderboard?
  4. How much are banks expected to save due to blockchain deployments in the next five years?
  5. How much saving is the food industry expected to realise due to fraud reduction over the next five years?

Companies Referenced

Interviewed: Acronis, ALTR, Flexa, Guardtime, IBM, Infosys Finacle, NXM Labs, Oracle.
 
Profiled: Accenture, ALTR, Applied Blockchain, Deloitte, Digital Asset, Guardtime, IBM, Infosys Finacle, Interstellar, Microsoft, NEM, Oracle, R3, Ripple, SAP.
 
Case Studied: Flexa, NXM Labs
 
Included in Innovation Indices: Acronis, Applied Blockchain, Bitfury, Cambridge Blockchain, ChromaWay, Civic, Evernym, Gemalto, IBM, Jolocom, KPMG, KYC-Chain, MLG (Medici Land Governance), Oracle, Propy, PwC, R3, SAP, SelfKey, ShoCard, Sovrin, Ubitquity, uPort.
 
Mentioned: 0Chain, 3M, AB InBev, ABN AMRO, ABS (Association of Banks in Singapore), Æternity, Airbus, AirWallex, Alastria, Alibaba, Allianz, Alpha Acid Brewery, Alternatifbank, Amazon, Ambrosus, American Express, American National Notary Association, ANZ, Apis Capital Management, APL, Apttus, Arab Jordan Investment Bank, Arc-net, Aspyr Media, Asta Solutions, ASX (Australian Securities Exchange), ATB Financial, Atraura Blockchain, Avenews-GT, Axis Bank, Axoni, B3i, BABB, Bakkt, Banco Bradesco, Bank Busan, Bank Hapoalim, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of Baroda, Bank of Russia, Bankex, BanQu, Barclays, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Bexs Banco, BITA Blockchain Consortium, Bitwala, Blockchain Global, Blockchain in Transport Alliance, Blockchain Learning Group, Blockchain Research Institute, Blockdaemon, Blockscale Solutions, BNP Paribas, BNY Mellon, Boehringer Ingelheim, Borsa Italiana, Bottomline Technologies, Braun, Broadridge Financial Solutions, BTC Company, Bühler, Bumble Bee Foods, Bureau of Survey and Mapping, BurstIQ, Cambridge Innovation Center, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Cano Shoe, Cargo Community Network, CargoSmart, Carrefour, Cartório de Registro de Imóveis (Real Estate Registry Office), CBW, CCDI Copyright Cloud, CCFA (China China-Store & Franchise Association), CDEL, Certified Origins, Chainlink, ChainThat, ChainTrade, Chamber of Digital Commerce (Canada), Change Healthcare, China Construction Bank Asia, Chinese Trusted Blockchain Alliance, Chronicled, CIeNET, Circulor, Citi, Clearmatics, CME Ventures, CoinMarketCap, Commerce Bank, ConsenSys, Network Foundation, Cornèr Bank, Credit Agricole, Credit Suisse, Cross River Bank, CryptoBLK, CryptoCompare, Cuallix, CULedger, Currencies Direct, CYCL, Cygnetise, Denmark’s Central Bank, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Börse Group, Deutsche Telekom, DHL, DIF (Dencentralized Identity Foundation), dLocal,, DNB (De Nederlandsche Bank, Dutch Central Bank), DNV GL, Dole, Donor Concierge, Dragonfly Fintech, DTCC (The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation), dtk.io, eBay, eMcREY, Emirates NBD, Energy Web Foundation, Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, EPC (European Payment Council), Everis, EVRY, EVRYTHNG, EY, Facebook, Factom, Farm2Kitchen, FDA (Food and Drug Administration), Fidor, Finastra, Finotek, Firefly CNY, FIS, Follow My Vote, Founders Bank, FRTYL, Fusion LenderComm, Gem, Georgian National Agency of Public Registry, GIA (Gemological Institute of America), Giga Dragon, GlobalConnect, Global Shipping Business Network, Goldman Sachs, Grow Super, GSK, GSMA, GuildOne, Hashed Health, He3Labs Consultancy & Development, Healthcare Gateway, HealthSync, HKEX, HM Land Registry, HM Revenue and Customs, Hooters, Horizon State, HSBC, Hyperledger Foundation, IC3, ICAP, ICIC Bank, ICS Financial Services, IFX, III (Insurers’ Information Institute), INATBA (International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications), IndusInd Bank, Infopulse, ING, Innovate UK, Innovate/Finance, Insolar, Intelipost, Intellect EU, Interbank, Interswitch, iPoint, iRespond, Irish Life, ISDA, JD.com, J.P. Morgan, Kaiser Permanente, KardiaChain, KASIKORNBANK, KBC, Kellogg, Kerchin, Kimberly-Clark, KLM, Korea Internet & Security Agency, Kotak Mahindra Bank, KPMG, Krungsri, Kuehne + Nagel, Lantmäteriet, LaToken, Legal Affairs Bureau, Lightyear, Lloyds Banking Group, Lloyd's Insurance Market, London Fintech Week 2018, Louis Dreyfus Company, LSE (London Stock Exchange), LuxTag, Maecenas, Maersk, MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore), Mastercard, Mattereum, MBA (Mortgage Brokers' Association), McKinsey, Mediaocean, Medici Bank, Medici Ventures, MediLedger, MedRec, Metaco, Methods, MineRP, MIT Media Lab, Modum, MoneyGram, Mozilla, MTO Global, MUFG, Nasdaq, Natais, National Bank of Oman, National Food Crime Unit, Natixis, Nestlé, Neurosoft, NHS (National Health Service), NIAP (National Information Assurance Partnership), Nigeria Customs, Norbloc, Novartis, Nuggets, OAX Foundation, OECD, Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum, OpenMarket, OriginTrail, Overstock.com, OwlTing, PayPal, Pfizer, PNC Financial Services Group, Pogo, Portuguese Association of Investment Funds, Pension Funds and Asset Management, Pravici, Provenance, Q2, Rabobank, Raise, RAKBANK, Rakuten, RapidQube, RBL Bank, Red Hat, Region Brokerage Company, Rehive, RevBlox, Riksbank, Riot Games, Ripe.io, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation, RMIT University, RocketSpace, RSA, Russian National Settlement Depository, SAMA (the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority), Santander, SBB (Swiss Federal Railway), Sberbank, SBI Remit, Scentre Group, SDX, SeedInvest, Seoul National University’s Blockchain Society, SERES, SGX, Shell, Siam Commercial Bank, Singapore Airlines, Sirius Computing Solutions, SITA, SIX Digital Exchange, Slide Network, Smartlands, Smartmatic, Société Générale, Solar Site Design, SolarisBank, Sony, South Indian Bank, Spotify, Spunta, Standard Chartered Bank, Starbucks, State Administration of Press, Publication Radio Film and Television (China), State Street, STMS, Sumeru, SureRemit, SWIFT, Swiss Post, Sygnum, Symbiont, Synechron, Tata Consultancy Services, Tech Bureau, Tech Mahindra, TE-Food, Telus, Terra Firma, The Enigma Protocol, The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative, The Linux Foundation, The Sovrin Alliance, The Sovrin Foundation, Tinsman Consulting, T-Mobile, Token Taxonomy Initiative, Total Bank Solutions, Trace Alliance, TradeIX, TradeLive, Tradewind, TransferGo, Uber, UBS, UN, UniCredit, Unilever, United Arab Bank, US Department of Defense, US Department of Health and Human Services, US Department of Homeland Security, USP (United States Pharmacopeial Convention), VeChain, Verizon, V-ICT-OR (the Flemish ICT Organisation), Visa, Vitesse, Vodafone, W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), Walmart, Watson, webjet.com.au, Westpac, WHO (World Health Organisation), Wirex, World Bank, World Customs Union, Yahoo, Yamada Denki, Yes Bank, Zelle, Zeus Exchange, ZKP3.
 

Data & Interactive Forecast

Juniper Research’s Blockchain forecast suite includes:
  • 5 and 10-year benchmark forecasts for key metrics by 8 key regions and 11 country level splits including:
    • Canada
    • China
    • Denmark
    • Germany
    • Norway
    • Portugal
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • Japan
    • UK
    • US
  • Land Registry Forecasts:
    • Country spend for blockchain land registry purposes
    • Total consumer savings realised through blockchain land registry deployments
  • Asset Tracking Forecasts:
    • Total revenues for blockchain platform providers
    • Total savings due to reduction in food fraud & compliance
  • Financial Ecosystem Forecasts:
    • Annual bank savings from blockchain implementation in cross-border B2B settlement
  • Access to the full set of forecast data of 52 tables and over 12,518 datapoints.
  • Interactive Excel Scenario tool allowing the user the ability to manipulate Juniper Research’s data for four different metrics.
Juniper Research’s highly granular IFxls (Interactive Forecast Excels) enable clients to manipulate Juniper Research’s forecast data and charts to test their own assumptions by using the Interactive Scenario Tool and compare select markets and sectors 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.

 



目次

Table of Contents

1. Deep Dive Strategy & Competition

1. The Current State of Blockchain

1.1 Introduction . 8
1.1.1 VC Investment . 8
Figure 1.1: Top 10 VC Investors in Blockchain, 2019 . 8
1.2 Juniper Research’s Recommendations. 9
1.2.1 High Impact Use Cases . 9
1.2.2 Medium Impact Use Cases. 10
1.2.3 Lower Impact Use Cases. 10
1.3 The Future of Blockchain . 11
1.3.1 Main Hurdles to Adoption . 11
Figure 1.2: Impact of Blockchain Limitations . 11
1.3.2 A Team Effort . 11

2. Blockchain in Digital Identity

2.1 Definitions . 14
2.1.1 Forms of Digital Identity . 14
2.1.2 Digital Identity Technologies . 14
2.1.3 The Problem with Digital Identity . 15
2.2 Self-sovereign Identity . 15
2.2.1 A Blockchain-powered Technology . 15
Figure 2.1: Key Statistics about Digital Identity, 2019 . 15
Figure 2.2: SBB’s Blockchain Pilot for Construction Workers . 16
2.2.2 Verticals Concerned . 16
2.2.3 Limitations to Address . 16
i. Regulatory Concerns. 16
ii. Blockchain Interoperability . 17
iii. Fighting Inertia . 17
2.2.4 Juniper Research’s View . 17
2.3 Self-sovereign Identity Innovation Index . 18
2.3.1 Criteria for Innovation Index & Limitations . 18
Table 2.3: Juniper Research Blockchain Innovation Index Capability Assessment Factors. 19
Table 2.4: Juniper Research Blockchain Innovation Index Scores . 19
Figure 2.5: Juniper Research Self-sovereign Identity Blockchain Innovation Index . 20
2.3.2 Conclusions . 21
i. Cluster 1: ‘Leading’ . 21
ii. Cluster 2: ‘Aspiring’ . 22
iii. Cluster 3: ‘Developing’ . 22
3. Blockchain in the Public Sphere
3.1 Blockchain for Land Registry . 24
3.1.1 Introduction . 24
Figure 3.1: Main Benefits of Blockchain in Land Registry . 24
3.1.2 Global Testbeds & Vendors . 24
Figure 3.2: Countries Involved in Blockchain Land Registry Processes, 2019 . 25
3.1.3 Is Blockchain the Future of Land Registry? . 26
Figure 3.3: Key Limitations of Blockchain in the Land Registry Space . 27
3.1.4 Juniper Research’s View. 28
3.2 Blockchain Voting. 28
3.2.1 Introduction . 28
3.2.2 The Promise of Blockchain-based Voting . 29
3.2.3 Flawed Smart Contracts . 30
Figure 3.4: Key Advantages of Smart Contracts . 30
Figure 3.5: Smart Contracts Flaws. 30
3.2.4 Juniper Research’s View. 31
3.3 Blockchain for Notary Purposes . 31
3.3.1 Introduction . 31
3.3.2 Notary Services which may be Disrupted by Blockchain . 32
3.3.3 Juniper Research’s View. 33
3.4 Public Sphere Innovation Index . 33
3.4.1 Criteria for Innovation Index & Limitations . 33
3.4.2 Conclusions . 36
i. Cluster 1: ‘Leading’ . 36
ii. Cluster 2: ‘Aspiring’ . 36
iii. Cluster 3: ‘Developing’ . 37

4. Blockchain in Asset Tracking

4.1 Introduction . 39
Figure 4.1: Advantages of Blockchain for Asset Tracking . 39
4.2 Food Provenance . 39
4.2.1 A Market Ripe for Disruption . 39
Figure 4.2: Food Production: Ethics, Illness & Wastage . 40
4.2.2 The Introduction of Blockchain . 40
i. Advantages of Blockchain in the Food Provenance Space . 40
ii. Blockchain Deployments . 42
Figure 4.3: Walmart China Blockchain Traceability Platform . 42
4.2.3 Juniper Research’s View . 43
4.3 Healthcare . 43
4.3.1 Blockchain’s Potential in Healthcare . 43
Table 4.4: Key Blockchain Solutions to Healthcare Pain Points . 45
4.3.2 Hurdles Ahead . 46
4.3.3 Juniper Research’s View . 46
Figure 4.5: Key Statistics for Fake & Substandard Drugs . 46
4.4 Blockchain & IoT in Supply Chain Management . 47
4.4.1 Blockchain’s Benefits for the Supply Chain . 47
Figure 4.6: Advantages of Using Blockchain in IoT Environments . 47
4.4.2 Deployment Examples . 48
Case Study: NXM Labs . 49
ii. Juniper Research’s View . 50
4.5 Asset Tracking Processes Impact Analysis . 50
Tables 4.7 & 4.8: Traditional & Blockchain-powered Asset Tracking Processes
Assessment Factors & Impact Analysis Heatmap . 51
4.6 The Future of Blockchain in Asset Tracking . 52
4.6.1 A Roadmap for the Future . 52
Figure 4.9: Juniper Research Roadmap for Blockchain Adoption in Asset Tracking Processes . 52
4.6.2 Limitations & Challenges . 52

5. Blockchain in the Financial Ecosystem

5.1 Introduction . 55
Figure 5.1: Financial Institutions’ Interest in Blockchain, 2019 IBM Survey Findings. 55
Figure 5.2: Key Benefits of Blockchain in Financial Services . 55
5.2 Blockchain for Payments . 56
5.2.1 Financial Settlements . 56
Figure 5.3: Current Cross-border Settlement Process . 56
Figure 5.4: Blockchain-based Cross-border Settlement Process . 57
5.2.2 Assessment of Current Solutions . 58
Table 5.5: Assessment of Blockchain-powered Cross-border B2B Payment Solutions . 58
i. Visa B2B Connect . 59
ii. IBM Blockchain World Wire . 59
Figure 5.6: IBM Blockchain World Wire Process . 59
iii. RippleNet . 60
5.2.3 Cryptocurrencies . 60
i. The Rise of DFC (Digital Fiat Currency) . 60
Figure 5.7: Survey Findings, Central Bank Digital Currencies, 2018 . 61
ii. The Emergence of Crypto Wallets . 62
iii. Crypto Banking is Booming . 62
iv. Crypto Payments Diversify . 63
Case Study: Flexa . 63
v. The Case of Libra . 64
5.2.4 The Tokenisation of Assets . 65
Figure 5.8: Tokenisation of Assets Process, Simplified Version . 65
5.3 Blockchain in Stock Trading . 66
5.3.1 The Nasdaq Example . 66
5.3.2 Juniper Research’s View . 67
5.4 Blockchain for Insurance Purposes . 67
Figure 5.9: Key Uses of Blockchain in Insurance . 68
5.5 Blockchain’s Smart Contracts . 69
5.5.1 Bitcoin, Ethereum & Privacy Coin Blockchains . 69
i. Bitcoin . 69
ii. Ethereum . 69
iii. Privacy Coins . 69
5.5.2 Use Cases . 69
5.5.3 Examples of FIs Using Smart Contracts . 70
5.6 The Future of Blockchain in Financial Services . 71
Figure 5.10: Blockchain Deployment, Juniper Survey Findings, 2018. 71
5.6.1 Challenges & Limitations . 72

6. Blockchain Competitive Landscape

6.1 Juniper Research Leaderboard . 74
6.1.1 Vendor Assessment Criteria & Limitations . 74
i. Vendor Assessment Criteria . 74
Table 6.1: Blockchain Vendor Capability Assessment Factors . 75
ii. Limitations & Interpretation . 76
iii. Findings . 76
Table 6.2: Juniper Research Blockchain Leaderboard Scoring Heatmap . 77
Figure 6.3: Juniper Research Blockchain Leaderboard 2019 . 78
6.1.2 Conclusions . 79
i. Established Leaders . 79
ii. Leading Challengers . 80
iii. Disruptors & Emulators . 82
6.2 Blockchain Industry Movers & Shakers 2019 . 83
6.3 Vendor Profiles . 85
6.3.1 Accenture . 85
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 85
Figure 6.4: Accenture’s Interoperability Node Solution . 86
v. Juniper Research’s View: Accenture Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 86
6.3.2 ALTR . 86
i. Corporate . 86
ii. Geographic Spread . 87
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 87
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 87
v. Juniper Research’s View: ALTR Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 88
6.3.3 Applied Blockchain. 88
i. Corporate . 88
ii. Geographic Spread . 89
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 89
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 89
v. Juniper Research’s View: Applied Blockchain Key Strengths & Strategic
Development Opportunities . 89
6.3.4 Deloitte . 90
i. Corporate . 90
ii. Geographic Spread . 90
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 90
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 91
v. Juniper Research’s View: Deloitte Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 91
6.3.5 Digital Asset . 91
i. Corporate . 91
ii. Geographic Spread . 92
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 92
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 92
v. Juniper Research’s View: Digital Asset Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 92
6.3.6 Guardtime . 93
i. Corporate . 93
ii. Geographic Spread . 93
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 93
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 94
v. Juniper Research’s View: Guardtime Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 95
6.3.7 IBM . 95
i. Corporate . 95
Table 6.5: IBM Financial Snapshot ($m) 2015-2018 . 95
ii. Geographical Spread. 96
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 96
iv. High Level View of Blockchain Offerings. 97
v. Juniper Research’s View: IBM Key Strengths & Development Opportunities . 98
6.3.8 Infosys Finacle (EdgeVerve Systems) . 99
i. Corporate . 99
ii. Geographic Spread . 99
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 99
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 100
v. Juniper Research’s View: Infosys Finacle Key Strengths & Strategic
Development Opportunities . 100
6.3.9 Interstellar. 101
Figure 6.6: Sequence Secure Ledger . 102
v. Juniper Research’s View: Chain Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 103
6.3.10 Microsoft . 103
i. Corporate . 103
Table 6.7: Microsoft Financial Snapshot ($m) FY2015-2018 . 103
ii. Geographic Spread . 103
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 103
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 104
v. Juniper Research’s View: Microsoft Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 105
6.3.11 NEM . 105
i. Corporate . 105
ii. Geographic Spread . 106
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 106
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 106
v. Juniper Research’s View: NEM Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 107
6.3.12 Oracle . 107
i. Corporate . 107
Table 6.8: Oracle Financial Snapshot ($m) FY2015-2018 . 107
ii. Geographic Spread . 107
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 108
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 109
v. Juniper Research’s View: Oracle Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 110
6.3.13 R3 . 110
i. Corporate . 110
ii. Geographic Spread . 110
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 111
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 111
v. Juniper Research’s View: R3 Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 111
6.3.14 Ripple . 112
i. Corporate . 112
ii. Geographic Spread . 112
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 112
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 113
v. Juniper’s View: Ripple Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 113
6.3.15 SAP . 114
i. Corporate . 114
Table 6.9: SAP Financial Performance Snapshot (?m) FY2015-FY2018 . 114
ii. Geographic Spread . 114
iii. Key Clients & Strategic Partnerships . 114
iv. High Level View of Offerings . 115
v. Juniper Research’s View: SAP Key Strengths & Strategic Development Opportunities . 116

2. Deep Dive Data & Forecasting

1. Blockchain: Introduction

1.1 Introduction . 4
Figure 1.1: Top 10 VC Investors in Blockchain, 2019 . 4

2. Blockchain: Land Registry Forecasts

2.1 Introduction . 6
2.2 Savings Forecast: Reduction in Legal Fees & Registration Costs . 6
2.2.1 Methodology. 6
Figure 2.1: Percentage of Property Sale Price Accounted for by Registration &
Legal Fees (%), 2019, Split by 8 Key Regions . 6
Figure 2.2: Proportion of Property Transactions Recorded on Blockchain (%), 2021-2030 . 7
Figure 2.3: Average Savings Realised per Property Registered on Blockchain ($) 2026-2030 . 7
Figure 2.4: Methodology for Blockchain Consumer Land Registry Savings . 8
i. Consumer Savings Forecast . 9
Figure & Table 2.5: Total Consumer Savings Realised per annum via Blockchain
Land Registry Deployments ($m), 2025-2030 . 9
ii. Smart Contracts: Additional Savings . 10
2.3 Blockchain Country Spending Forecast. 10
2.3.1 Methodology. 10
Figure 2.6: Methodology for Blockchain Country Spending . 12
i. Blockchain Country Spending Forecast . 13
Figure & Table 2.7: Total Spend for Blockchain Land Registry Purposes ($m),
Split by 8 Key Regions, 2019-2024 . 13

3. Blockchain: Asset Tracking Forecasts

3.1 Food Tracking Forecast . 16
3.1.1 Methodology: Introduction & Assumptions . 16
i. Savings Forecast: How Much Can Blockchain Reduce Compliance Costs? . 16
Figure 3.1: Proportion of Food Exports Tracked on Blockchain, (%) 2021-2030 . 16
Figure 3.2: Methodology for Blockchain Food Export Compliance & Fraud Savings . 17
ii. Value of Food Exports Tracked via Blockchain Forecast . 18
Figure & Table 3.3: Value of Food Exports Tracked via Blockchain ($m), Split by 8
Key Regions, 2025-2030 . 18
iii. Food Documentation Compliance Cost Savings Forecast. 19
Figure & Table 3.4: Reduction in Food Documentation Compliance Costs
Achievable via Blockchain Per Annum ($m), 2025-2030 . 19
3.1.2 Fraud Reduction Forecasts: Food Provenance . 20
i. Methodology: Savings from Fraud Reduction . 20
Figure 3.5: Global Food Export Fraud, Percentage by Region, 2018 ($914.2 billion) . 20
ii. Fraud Reduction Forecast . 21
Figure & Table 3.6: Food Exports, Annual Fraud Reduction via Blockchain ($m) 2025-2030 . 21
3.1.3 Wastage & Illness: Additional Savings . 22
3.2 Platform Revenues Forecasts . 22
3.2.1 Methodology . 22
Figure 3.7: Methodology for Blockchain Platform Revenues. 23
i. Platform Revenues Forecasts . 24
Figure & Table 3.8: Total Platform Revenues per annum for Asset Tracking
Deployments ($m), Split by 8 Key Regions, 2019-2024 . 24

4. Blockchain: Cross-border Settlements Forecasts

4.1 Introduction . 27
4.2 Savings Forecast: What Settlement Cost Elements can Blockchain Affect? . 27
4.2.1 Methodology. 27
Figure 4.1: Cross-border Settlement Cost Elements Addressable by Blockchain,
Juniper Research Estimates Per Transaction ($) . 27
4.2.2 Modelling the Savings . 28
Figure 4.2: B2B Cross-border Transactions (bn), 2019-2030 . 28
Figure 4.3: Proportion of B2B Cross-border Transactions Recorded on the
Blockchain (%), 2019-2030 . 28
Figure 4.4: Value of B2B Cross-border Transactions Recorded on the Blockchain, ($bn) . 29
Figure 4.5: Methodology: Savings from Bank Deployments of Blockchain in B2B
Cross-border Settlement . 30
4.2.3 Cross-border Settlements Savings Forecast . 31
Figure & Table 4.6: Total Savings from Blockchain Implementation in B2B Crossborder
Settlement, ($m) 2025-2030 . 31
Figure 4.7: B2B Settlement Savings by Element (%) . 32

 

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