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Blockchain services in the Cayman Islands

Trusted advisor to the blockchain ecosystem

Deloitte helps companies achieve many goals with respect to blockchain implementation - innovation and ideation, strategy development, prototyping and product development.

Blockchain technologies are on a clear path toward broad adoption, with proofs of concept shifting toward production and leading organizations exploring multiple concurrent use cases of increasing scope, scale, and complexity. Moreover, initial coin offerings and smart contracts are finding more applications and creating more diversity throughout the blockchain ecosystem. Now is the time for organizations to begin standardizing on the technology, talent, and platforms that will drive future blockchain initiatives.

 

How Deloitte can help

Deloitte helps companies achieve many goals with respect to blockchain implementation – innovation and ideation, strategy development, prototyping and product development. Our complete set of blockchain services across consulting and advisory include:

  • Use case innovation and ideation
  • Business and launch strategy development
  • Security and risk analysis
  • Blockchain use case and ICO validation
  • Technology strategy and build on broad blockchain applications
  • Prototype development
  • KYC/AML programs
  • Blockchain technical design and architecture
  • Financial accounting analysis
  • Blockchain platform assessment & vendor selection

 

Global Blockchain capability

Deloitte’s blockchain team — comprised of more than 800 professionals across 20 countries — focuses on developing strategic blockchain capabilities and proofs of concept into functioning prototypes to create “ready-to-integrate” solutions for clients. Deloitte has developed more than 30 blockchain-related prototypes, covering a multitude of uses such as digital identity, digital banking, cross-border payments, trade finance and loyalty  and rewards solutions, as well as distinct efforts for the investment management and insurance sectors.

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