Blockchain is in its inception stage and is making the greatest revolution in the finance sector. Some average leaders have a critic attitude towards it and are skeptical, but the big leaders have trust in it that it will reap well for its shareholders. Don Trapscott, who has been a writer for 35 years, says that blockchain is a vast, global distributed ledger where items of value can be moved, stored and managed securely and privately. He adds that in his writing about the digital age, he has “never seen a technology that he thought had greater potential for humanity.” Marc Anderson says that Bitcoin gives a way for internet users to transfer pieces of digital property between one another through a safe, recorded and legitimate manner, “the consequences of this breakthrough are hard to overstate.” Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Atlantic compared his brand to Bitcoin and blockchain as drivers of revolution and termed them as bold entrepreneurial technologies in their respective fields. Bob Greifeld, the CEO of Nasdaq, is a big believer in the ability of blockchain technology to effect fundamental change in the infrastructure of the financial industry, he adds that “it is the biggest opportunity set we can think of over the next decade.” Ginny Rometty, the CEO of IBM, praises the capabilities of blockchain as it can vastly increase the levels of efficiency and security of transactions, “…it does not matter if it is people, numbers, data, money…” he adds. Bill Gates, who is the founder of Microsoft, joins other successful leaders in praising the technology. “Blockchain is a technology tour de force”, he says. Price Waterhouse Coopers, which is among the prominent firms that have embraced the technology, indicated in their report that the ledger technology has offered institutions a once-in-a-generation opportunity to determine the trend in the industry.