Is Deloitte's integration of KILT the biggest crypto client announcement of this year so far?
> World’s largest professional services firm
> 415,000 employees, 60bn revenue, global reach
> has built a KYC/KYB platform with KILT, going live soon
Can anyone name anything bigger, seriously? Deloitte is no joke.
Brb is a smelly pajeet
>Can anyone name anything bigger, seriously?
>has a Deloitte Subnet already
>KKR, Amazon AWS, Alibaba, Tencent, SKPlanet, Vodafone, Telekom and many more
4bn vs 40mil market cap. Do the math
How is this any different than
small country, mountains, cows, and wait whaaat...capital of Banks? Nazi money and blood diamonds and everything shady in this world being laundered?
And we are talking about what here..KYC credentials? Good or bad for business?
Would Deloitte Slovakia be a better fit, you think?
kek, "strategic business relationship" vs an actual live product integration that inextricably uses the much-needed token.
No one cares about LINK, you had your run and it's over. KILT is completely under the radar and is yet to receive any kind of attention, let alone a hype cycle.
>How is this any different than
Main difference I see, is
1. In the PwC Germany - Chainlink case, every time one of those mentioned 600 clients says "hey, I wanna do something with blockchain, can you set me up?", PwC answers "sure thing, go to our bros from Chainlink, they'll help"
2. In the Shithole Switzerland Deloitte - KILT case, Deloitte has BUILT something on KILT, a specific service to provide KYC and KYB credentials, and it is now up to them and their business logic to find customers around the world who will need and use those credentials. So intrinsic profit potential that they see in it, and believe me when these guys see profit somewhere, there usually is profit. If it fails, they will have failed and wasted resources, so the motivation should be quite big to succeed. Meanwhile, KILT chills and locks 2KILT for every DID that gets created with those credentials. Easy
I knew there was some kind of a catch to this shit LOL, if they're only doing this with one regional subsidiary then it's just a PoC and won't actually add any value (plus it will lock up their dev manpower).
Have been planning, negotianing and developing for almost a year now, so this thing is going LIVE very soon.
Cope harder, that's how organisations like Deloitte work. It's bigger than you can really get your head around.
linkies coping missing kilt will be depressing to watch after they've been sold on the lies of Sergey
ill give you a reality check.
this is a sub division of Deloitte and all they have done is partnered with kilt to offer their clients that service if they ned it.
So it's essentially a niche part of deloitte partnering with kilt for niche use cases.
Yes it's Deloitte Switzerland, which is not one of the pajeet divisions by any means. That's the way it works with companies like this, they will roll it out first and then it gets taken up by the others in due course.
Nothing would please streetshitters like yourself, anon. There's always some bigger-and-right-now way it could have gone, so you dismiss every good sign and miss every winning opportunity.
It doesn't have to be THE BEST TECH INTEGRATION IN THE ENTIRE WORLD, EVER. It just has to be extremely good (in this case, literally one of the best) for crypto - because that's the game we're in right now and this is where people are allocating funds. And this absolutely qualifies for that.
p.s. they have another of the Big 4 lined up, will be announced in due course.
youre right, this is how it starts
but also alot of things start then go no where
>but also alot of things start then go no where
How do you use this fact to improve your investment strategy? Not buy at all? Wait until it's $100 and proved itself, and buy then?
Let me check you reality check dude:
>partnered with KILT
The difference here is, Deloitte didn't really "partner" with KILT, they "built" on KILT, meaning they built something they think will make them money and open a new market. It is their use case, not KILT's
Now they gonna hustle to make sure they grow their client base so that this credential of theirs really makes them money. Cash for each credential flows into Deloitte's pockets, let's see what their pricing will be.
KILT is indeed a niche blockchain, focusing on the identity topic only.
Now whether this market will remain "niche" for very long, I leave that up to yours and anybody's imagination.
My guess is: It's over soon - with the niche tagline
"Deloitte Switzerland" is not the same as "Deloitte"
This is the classic announcement of an integration with a corporate giant, where they conveniently fail to mention that it's actually the subsidiary of a corporate giant.
Same thing happened when Hershey India teamed up with Decentraland. The headlines said Hershey's. Not Hershey's India.
Many such cases.
This has already been addressed, you coping copetard. Read above, then seethe harder, and tell me again how CHEQ has a killer partnership with the CEO's younger brother to give DIDs to his teddy bears.
>coping together as means of coping with cope
>coping together as means of coping with cope with more cope.
Everest is the only project in crypto that is a licensed (regulatory compliant), full stack DeFi platform with biometric (unique, proof of humanity, deduplicated) identity at the base layer, and 1:1 backed, programmable, real world assets.
Sounds like Chinese social credit score bullshit to me.
Might look like it at first glance, if you take another look though it's actually quite the opposite
Deloitte gives you a KYC credential (gives for money aka sells), which you can then use with anyone who accepts it, chances are many are going to trust Deloitte. At the same time, Deloitte does never again see who you show your credential to, as it is stored in your wallet, plus you sign a transaction every time confirming which data you want to actually disclose
This is like Chinese Government on pure decentralized web3 steroids
Deloitte is full of parents, its probably a scam
If by parents you mean boomers, then yes.
Is it a scam? Definitely a yes, too.
There was a based thread about it, all started with a gay romance at a Swiss Uni, then escalated into blackmail and nasty stuff. Pretty interesting