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Discover Enterprise Applications Utilizing Blockchain Technology

Blockchain has the potential to drive profound, positive change.

We are working closely with leaders from across a broad range of industries, governments, consortia, the academic community and our key technology alliances to move technology forward so that, ultimately, it can help to improve the way the world lives and works.


Accenture strives to be at the forefront of blockchain innovation and its practical, real world application. They provide clients with a complete view of the blockchain-based technology landscape and its potential business implications. Their global team of experts works with each client to help build smart strategies around effective use-cases, investment and implementation.

Blockchain technology is emerging as a business focus for organizations in several industries, including consumer products, manufacturing, financial services, health care, life sciences, and public sector.

Through architecture, digital design, and development, we serve our clients in their quest for innovative blockchain solutions that are market-ready and address real business issues.


Blockchain technology is emerging as a business focus for organizations in several industries, including consumer products, manufacturing, financial services, health care, life sciences, and public sector. Deloitte helps companies and organizations achieve many goals with respect to blockchain implementation—innovation and ideation, strategy development, prototyping, and product development.

AB InBev is running blockchain-enabeled ad campaigns

We’re always innovating — bringing us closer to consumers and communities around the world to drive business growth.

We’re leveraging new technologies to better engage with our consumers, partners, customers, colleagues, and beer lovers around the world.


AB InBev’s dedicated research labs and technology centers across the globe are driving innovation and helping to ensure we stay ahead of the curve. They are scaling their existing capabilities in data, analytics, automation and AI, and exploring emerging technologies such as blockchain and VR.

These new capabilities are providing them with unprecedented insight into the needs of their consumers and customers, helping us to create new occasions and experiences, and supporting the growth of the beer category.

The technology behind driverless cars largely depends on big data which must be collected, analyzed and utilized in a split second and with high precision.

Blockchain is more about ensuring data transparency and accuracy while protecting it from manipulation. According to a report by the MIT Technology Review, malicious cyber attacks are a significant challenge to the adoption of the autonomous car technology. While advancement in AI and Machine Learning are likely to solve the issue of collisions that occur due to a technical error, they may not be able to resolve the technology’s vulnerability to hacking.

Blockchain introduces the concept of a transparent and decentralized ledger where data can be verified and stored securely. This technology could help the driverless cars to verify the accuracy of the data when they collect it from the environment, meaning that the room for error would be very minimal. – Sadie Williamson, Hackernoon


Alliance Ventures is the strategic venture capital arm of the world’s largest automotive alliance made up of Groupe Renault, Nissan Motor Corporation and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation. The Alliance is the longest-lasting and most productive cross-cultural partnership in the automotive industry.

Together, the partners are expected to sell more than 10 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2017. The Alliance is targeting sales of more than 14 million annual units by the end of the Alliance 2022 strategic plan.

The Alliance is the industry leader in zero-emission vehicles and is developing the most advanced technologies, with plans to offer autonomous driving, connectivity features and services on a wide range of affordable vehicles. Through its investments, Alliance Ventures is a major contributor to these efforts.

In PwC’s 2018 survey of 600 executives from 15 territories, 84% say their organizations have at least some involvement with blockchain technology.

Companies have dabbled in the lab; perhaps they’ve built proofs of concept. Everyone is talking about blockchain, and no one wants to be left behind.

It’s easy to see why. As a distributed, tamperproof ledger, a well-designed blockchain doesn’t just cut out intermediaries, reduce costs, and increase speed and reach. It also offers greater transparency and traceability for many business processes. Gartner forecasts that blockchain will generate an annual business value of more than US $3 trillion by 2030. It’s possible to imagine that 10% to 20% of global economic infrastructure will be running on blockchain-based systems by that same year.


PwC’s accounting practice originated in London well over a century ago. As times changed and PwC expanded worldwide, their commitment to clients—like you—never wavered. With PwC, you’re always supported by a global network of more than 236,000 people in 158 countries with one goal: to help your business thrive.

PwC’s professional services, including audit and assurance, tax and consulting, cover such areas as cybersecurity and privacy,  human resources, deals and forensics. They help resolve complex issues and identify opportunities across these industries.



Vinny Lingham

Co-founder & CEO


Alexia Hefi

Crypto Lawyer

Deloitte Blockchain Tax Lead

Guenther Dobrauz

Partner & Leader

PwC Legal Switzerland

Chris Snook


World Tokenomic Forum

Katie Hoard

Global Director of Agricultural Innovation & Sustainability

Anheuser-Busch InBev

Sebastien Henot

Business Innovation

Renault Innovation