Bringing Blockchains to Telecom
Most communications service providers (CSPs) are in the midst of large digital transformation programs in response to the disruptions plaguing them. Adding Blockchains to this equation offers potential to both rationalize a CSP’s current operations and develop new blockchain-based services. Moreover, as demands for transparency and trust continue, a robust blockchain foundation can be the springboard for increased ecosystem involvement, enabling new business models for revenue generation. Blockchain’s importance is only expected to grow. CSPs should seek a long-term view as they evaluate how blockchain can help drive revenue growth and platform business opportunities, as well as internal efficiencies.
Why you should integrate blockchain in telecom
Blockchain is currently one of the most talked-about technologies. Across industries, organizations are exploring blockchain’s potential impact in their space and how they can benefit from this emerging technology. The communications service provider (CSP) industry is no exception.
The biggest questions for CSPs, however, are “Where is the bang for the buck?” and “Where and how do we get started?” The good news is the opportunity to benefit appears real. The core attributes of blockchain’s shared ledger approach help provide trust, security, transparency and control across the participating ecosystem for all points in a transaction process.
This results in the potential for lower costs, faster throughput and improved experiences for all players. According to our recent global consumer survey, CSPs typically are among the most trusted organizations for handling personal data and securing privacy – even exceeding the trust level of financial institutions and governments in some of the countries.This leaves them well positioned to monetize their blockchain.
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