Forbes’ newly released Blockchain 50 list members moved from focus on theory to generating “very real revenues and cost savings.” Newly released Blockchain 50 list by major finance publication Forbes features some new entrants like major international association, the United Nations . Shortly after including six blockchain-focused firms into its Fintech 50 list last week, Forbes has released another compilation of 50 global enterprises actively embracing blockchain technology. Newcomers include the United Nations, China Construction Bank, Square and others Published on Feb. 19, the new Forbes’ Blockchain 50 list is the second release of its annual Blockchain 50, which was first introduced in April 2019. Similarly to last year’s edition, the new compilation includes industry giants like Amazon, Microsoft, JPMorgan, Google, as well as cryptocurrency-focused firms like Bitfury, Coinbase and Ripple. At the same time, about half of the firms on the list are newcomers, including the UN, the world’s second-largest bank China Construction Bank , Russia’s National Settlement Depository, and Square , a mobile payment company founded by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey .