The technology behind blockchain-powered advertising platforms is changing the way we see the world.
But the tools for turning those platforms into an actual business, or a company that can be monetized on the blockchain, are still in the very early stages, according to a new report from the International Data Corporation.
That’s because most of the early adopters are still figuring out how to get their blockchain-based ad business off the ground, and how to scale it.
The report, titled “Blockchain-based Advertising Platforms: A Brief Overview of Development Challenges and Opportunities,” looks at the key questions and challenges facing digital advertising platforms as they mature.
In particular, it examines how blockchain-enabled advertising platforms are different from other digital advertising offerings and whether they’re even the right approach for the digital advertising market.
“Blockchain technologies have the potential to fundamentally change how advertising works in the digital world,” said I.D.C. senior director for digital and social strategy Adam Gebreay.
“Blockchains are not only faster and cheaper to create, but also provide greater flexibility and scalability.
We’re seeing this in the growing number of companies using blockchain to create and monetize advertising on their platforms.”
For example, some blockchain-equipped platforms can make a profit off of advertising revenue that they otherwise wouldn’t be able to.
And many other ad platforms are offering additional services to advertisers and other companies that help them create and manage ad campaigns.
Blockchain advertising is already an important part of the digital landscape.
Advertising revenues from traditional channels like TV, radio and print have already surpassed digital advertising revenues in the United States, according the I.T. Technology Association.
And it’s expected to grow to more than $1 trillion in the next 10 years.
But it’s not just digital advertising that’s changing.
In addition to making the digital ad business more transparent and appealing, blockchain technology also offers the opportunity to create more personalized experiences for advertisers.
For example:Digital ad networks and ad tech companies have recently been working on ways to make digital advertising more interactive and interactive experiences for consumers.
The companies are trying to find ways to connect advertisers with audiences in new ways that are better suited to their audiences.
For example, ad networks like Facebook and Twitter have started experimenting with using digital ad technologies to create content for brands to reach their audiences, including targeting and ad targeting that is personalized to consumers’ interests.
In a recent study, I.S.S., a market research firm, found that more than 80 percent of all consumers say they’d like to see personalized ads.
And a majority of people said they want to see ads tailored to their interests and interests groups.
So, blockchain-backed advertising platforms could help advertisers tailor their ads to specific audiences.
The technology also could allow advertisers to make a more personalized experience for their consumers.
Advertisers can also make their ads more relevant to consumers through the use of the blockchain.
For instance, blockchain companies could create ad campaigns that include relevant, relevant ads for specific interests.
The ads could include images or videos that make consumers more likely to visit the ad.
Ads on the internet are a great place to test blockchain technology.
In a 2016 study, the technology giant found that users of digital ad platforms were interested in seeing ads that included relevant information.
For the report, I-D.
Cs surveyed more than 500 ad tech startups and blockchain companies to get a sense of how they’re using blockchain technology in their advertising platforms.
The researchers found that they are experimenting with various blockchain technologies, including smart contracts and blockchain tokens.
But the report also found that some of these companies are still exploring how to make blockchain-integrated advertising products available to their customers.
Here are five of the most notable blockchain-focused companies:Advertiser-owned blockchain platformAdMob, which provides a blockchain-connected platform for advertisers, has created a marketplace for advertisers to advertise to customers.
AdMob also is working to enable ad network operators to monetize ad revenue from their ad campaigns, allowing advertisers to pay for the placement of ads, and offer customized and personalized ads for their customers, as well as to monetise the placement and delivery of ads.
AdMob CEO and founder Dan O’Neill says that AdMob is currently focused on enabling advertisers to monetizing their ad revenue through the AdMob platform.
Admob’s product platform will provide advertisers with a platform for monetizing ad revenue, including the ability to pay advertisers for placement of advertisements and delivery, and to monetify the placement, delivery and delivery costs of ad campaigns on the Admob platform, O’Neil said.
“This platform will allow advertisers access to the ad network’s advertising revenue, allowing them to make more informed decisions about which campaigns to run.”
AdMob also has been working with a few other ad tech firms, including ad technology company AdMob Enterprise and ad network operator AdSense, to integrate blockchain technology into their ad technology, O