Deloitte Launches New Blockchain Software Platform

Deloitte Launches New Blockchain Software Platform

One among the "Big Four" professional consulting firms in the world, Deloitte has jumped into the Blockchain bandwagon. Latest developments in the company includes creation of Deloitte Cryptocurrency Community with over 100 people and the launch of Rubix Software platform that can be used to build applications over Blockchain. Deloitte, like many other financial and professional services companies has started exploring the various potential uses of Blockchain technology for themselves as well as their clients. According to Deloitte, the company has been involved in Blockchain research for....


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