Blockchain Research Institute (BRI) adds Salesforce and Others to its List of Members

Blockchain Research Institute (BRI) adds Salesforce and Others to its List of Members

Blockchain Research Institute (BRI) since its inception in 2017 has been looking for ways to improve Blockchain services through in-depth and vigorous researches.
Recently the multi-million dollar global blockchain think tank announced another new member added to its list of members.
On Tuesday, the company announced that Salesforce, Cloud computing company is among the 12 newly added members.
Other new members who joined the league of Blockchain think tanks are; Austrian banking group Raiffeisen Bank International, Switzerland based BPC Banking Technologies.
Also, we have; Brand manager VIKTRE and public relations firm Navigator Limited, Blockchain startups Aion, Decental, Polymath, Shyft network and Sweetbridge.
The Institute is keenly devoted to the study of blockchain advancement, the removal of obstacles, and ensuring its smooth application.
The company has high and notable organizations from government entities, major tech companies, the financial industry and global corporations such as IBM, Microsoft, and Pepsi already listed as members with them.
In a statement released by Peter Schwartz, Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning at Salesforce;
“As with other disruptive technologies, blockchain requires deep study from a variety of perspectives to understand its broader implications,” he said.
“Like our corporate and government members, these companies are at very different stages of their blockchain transformations. We can foster more innovation through collaboration by creating a network of builders in the blockchain space alongside leaders in enterprise and government,” Don Tapscott, Executive Chairman, and Institute co-founder revealed.
In 2017, when Blockchain research institute was founded, it announced its affiliation with National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) situated in India.
NASSCOM is one of India’s leading tech organizations. The partnership was to alleviate ignorance about the digital world and promote its awakening in one of the world’s most populous country.
NASSCOM chairman was excited about the launch research initiative. Though, he believes that the promotion of Blockchain use in the country will be a slow but steady movement.
“The centre would “provide high-end technology capabilities” to the nation of India,
One of the BRI’s goals is to “build blockchain-based economies around the world.”