Blockchain’s 2019 Is $21 Billion Brighter Thanks to These Four Factors

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

When we spoke on Tuesday, I noted that blockchain technology is an unstoppable force set to disrupt industries around the world.

In particular, I said investors should look beyond cryptocurrencies to understand blockchain’s enormous potential.

We’re talking about technology that, I believe, could affect $8 trillion in global transactions. And I actually think that’s a conservative estimate.

See, the world’s total GDP runs at around $80 trillion a year. And blockchain tech could eventually underpin all of that buying and selling.

But I’m only assuming blockchain grabs a 10% market share of systems that are rapidly becoming archaic.

Here’s the thing. As amazing as it sounds, trillions of dollars in trade each year still relies on paper-based contracts or, frankly, old computer networks.

Thanks in part to blockchain technology, that’s all about to change. In a big way.

That’s why today, I want to show you four industries where blockchain technology could add security, transparency and greatly reduce business costs – and bolster the bottom line for the innovative firms using this technology.

This is the kind of “strategic info” that could make you look smart at your office Christmas party or next family gathering.

Better yet, put it to use wisely, it could help you pinpoint your next few triple-digit winners – and that’ll be even more fun to share with friends and family.

So check it out

The $3.1 Trillion Key to a Paperless Supply Chain

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to hear from my friend Frank Holmes.

For those of you who don’t know him, Frank has won numerous awards and accolades as the CEO and Chief Investment Officer at U.S. Global Investors, Inc. (Nasdaq:GROW).

It’s a boutique investment management firm specializing in actively managed equity and bond strategies. Frank and his company also are some of the savviest folks in the world when it comes to metals and mining.

That’s the reason I started following his career in the first place. Fact is, I have been involved with strategic metals and minerals most of my adult life.

Turns out, Frank and I have one more thing in common. Both of us are big believers in the disruptive power of blockchain technology. Indeed, Frank and his associates recently interviewed me for a profile that I republished, and which you can access here

In particular, Frank’s editors wanted to get my take on where the blockchain is headed.

It’s not much of a surprise, really, as many folks we chat with here also have questions of their own about what blockchain technology is, and what it represents in terms of its profit potential.

That’s why today I’m going to fill you in on what Frank and I discussed in the interview.

And I’ll go further and explain what I see as the big opportunities that lie ahead with blockchain tech…

Check it out

Recent Articles