Original source: Top 50 Largest Public Companies Exploring Blockchain

According to Forbes, 10 companies topping its global 2000 list are currently working on implementing blockchain products. The technology came into existence 10 years ago which is now constantly in use as a revolutionary tool.

Blockchain Technology Exploring Companies

Here, Coinpedia presents the top 50 largest public company exploring blockchain. Let’s start with the listing:

1) Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

The Industrial and commercial bank of China holds a revenue of $165 billion. The company files a blockchain patent that will decentralize the verification procedure for digital documents and certificates.

2) China Construction Bank Corporation

This firm is another China company that is presently partnering with IBM blockchain. They aim to improve the sales of their products by financial institutions and insurance

3) JPMorgan Chase & Co.

The US firm which launches the blockchain platform Quorum in January on the Ethereum blockchain.

4) Berkshire Hathaway Inc.

Berkshire Hathaway’s subsidiaries Richline Group and BNSF railroad are working on implementing blockchain systems. This will monitor the supply chain of their products.

5) Agricultural Bank of China

China is one of the most prominent countries in the blockchain space. Its agriculture bank is finetuning the decentralized technology to help give out loans.

6) Bank of America

Bank of America is one of the companies with the highest number of blockchain patent filings. The bank is working on using blockchain to sophisticate the process relating credit letter creation

7) Wells Fargo & Company

This US company is designing a blockchain system that will monitor home mortgage securities.

8) Apple Inc.

Apple has filed blockchain patents that timestamp data.

9) Bank of China Ltd.

Bank of China holds high rating among companies with the highest number of patents for a blockchain system. The company also has a joint project with Tencent that research on the financial solutions blockchain can offer.

10) Ping An Insurance Company

This company is one of the members of the R3 and it is also exploring ways of using blockchain technology. They are looking towards integrating into the insurance industry.

11) Royal Dutch Shell Plc.

This Netherlands company is exploring ways of creating a blockchain energy system.

12) Toyota Motor Corp.

The automobile giant is exploring ways to use blockchain to fast-track the implementation is self-driving cars.

13) Samsung Electronics Co.

This electronic giant announces the blockchain Nextleger that will monitor supply chains.

14) BNP Paribas SA

BNP Paribas SA is partnering with EY on utilizing blockchain to improve its internal treasury operations

15) Microsoft Corporation

Microsoft Corporation is one of the biggest names in the blockchain technology sphere. The corporation uses its Azure network to partner with blockchain firms.

16) Allianz SE

Reports reveal that the Allianz is working on creating a token.

17) Alphabet Inc.

Google is investing in heavily in blockchain start-ups. In addition, the search giant is exploring blockchain on many of its projects.

18) Walmart

Walmart launches a blockchain project with IBM that will track the supply chain of fresh foods.

19) Daimler AG

The automobile company is currently working on launching its cryptocurrency.

20) Banco Santander

Spain Santander also partners with Ripple to launch a payment app.

21) AXA Group

AXA introduces an Ethereum platform that will automate the process of flight insurance payments

22) Comcast Corporation

Comcast indirectly invests in blockchain start-ups through Boldstart ventures.

23) Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group

The Japan company utilizes ripple’s payments network for some transactions. in addition, the platform is exploring the ways to apply blockchain.

24) Anheuser-Busch InBev

The company that makes Budweiser, Anheuser-Busch InBev, is working on a blockchain freight logistics system.

25) Royal Bank of Canada

The Royal Bank of Canada bank filed for a patent for a blockchain platform that automated credit scores.

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