Most big firms find blockchain compelling, but some of those same firms also find it overhyped, according to a new survey.
A survey conducted by Thomson Reuters found that around 20 percent of its financial services clients are mulling trading cryptocurrencies in 2018.
A group of university economists believe bitcoin is no threat to the financial stability, though regulatory oversight needs to be increased.
A new survey released today found that 31.6 percent of Americans have heard of ethereum, while only 22.1 percent have have heard of ripple.
A new survey has been released showing significant levels of interest in blockchain among medical group executives.
Money has piled into bitcoin, portending an eventual stampede to sell, according to 26% of fund managers surveyed by Bank of America.
A recent survey from the UK-based bank suggests that ordinary consumers are still largely in the dark about blockchain tech.
Nearly three-quarters of banks and asset managers see the consortium model as necessary for exploring distributed ledger tech, a survey reveals.
Make your voice heard! CoinDesk Research is launching a new survey aimed at assessing progress in major blockchain protocols in Q1 2017.
European consumers are largely avoiding cryptocurrencies when making e-commerce payments, MasterCard finds.