Kim Adsitt · March 14, 2018 · 8:00 pm
My guest today is a well known name in blockchain circles, Peter Borovykh, who’ll be giving us an insider view of global blockchain and cryptocurrency trends and projects. He is the author of “Blockchain Applications in Finance” and has spoken at events and conferences worldwide.
Peter recently spoke at the Blockchain for Wall Street Conference and now he is here to share his insights on global blockchain changes with us. He is a leading blockchain and fintech consultant with BlockchainDriven, a blockchain and fintech consulting agency.
There are major differences in how developed and developing countries are going about utilizing blockchain and it’s these differences that will determine how the global blockchain and cryptocurrency landscape is shaped.
Before getting started Peter cautioned that there are many projects he’s apart of that are under non-disclosure agreements, so with that said we dove right in.
Bitcoinist: I know you do consulting globally. What are some of the trends you’re seeing? How does the work you do abroad compare to the US?
PB: I’ve been working on projects in a number of different regions that are showing high interest in blockchain applications. Latin America, the US, the Eastern Europe/Russia regions, and more recently, India. The most obvious trend is that developed countries are focusing more on blockchain applications