Any emerging technology goes through a hype stage. It takes a while to get the kinks out and for pilots and proofs of concepts to prove used cases and revise the curve to broad adoption. The power and disruption of blockchain development services are evident in the news almost every day, and people are beginning to acknowledging how blockchain distributed ledger technology functions. However, there are many issues currently slowing down adoption of blockchain.
Ever since blockchain outbreak onto the scene, it is been a phenomenon surrounded by a lot of hype and expectation, but the yesteryear seems to have seen this grow to a complete new level, with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) receiving almost as much hype as their namesake the Initial Public Offering (IPOs).