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Access Control is mentioned to as the imprisonment of particular activities of an individual to carry out an action. Cloud storing similar to any other untrusted surroundings wants the capacity to protect the shared data. The one of the apparatus of access mechanism is ciphertext-policy attribute-based encryption system over and done with dynamic characteristics. With a blockchain based distributed ledger, the scheme offers immutable log of whole significant safety events, for example key generation, change or revocation, access policy assignment, access request etc. Number of different problems similar to single point of failure, security and privacy etc. were targeted through the appropriate primary studies. The Meta analysis suggests the usage of diverse blockchain platforms, different application areas and different used blockchain properties. The services consist of authentication, privacy, confidentiality, data, access control list and, integrity assurance and resource provenance. Altogether these facilities are dangerous for the present distributed applications, particularly in line for to the huge quantity of information being processed over the webs and also the usage of cloud computing. Verification confirms that the client is who he/she professes to be. Confidentiality assures that the information cannot be read through unapproved users. Privacy gives to the clients the capacity to control who can get to their information. Provenance permits an effective tracing of the information also resources alongside using their ownership as well as utilization on the network. Integrity assists in authenticating that the information has not been changed or else altered. These services stand now managed through central controllers. On the other side, blockchain is a protected plus distributed ledger that can assist to resolve the issue of access control in cloud. We present a systematic analysis of blockchain driven access control systems. The current paper examines previous studies in the region of Access Control in Cloud, by a comprehensive Bibliometric study. The analysis is completed by using the Scopus databases also tools similar to Imap builder, VOSviewer and Word cloud. As of the database of Scopus, it is detected that the publications taking place Access Control in Cloud are 993 is Articles and 31 is a Review articles. The significant of research is limited but an increasing tendency is detected on or after the year 2013. The review shown that the maximum publications of Access Control in Cloud are journals articles and Conference Papers. Chinese top publications followed by the India and United States. The paper determines that the study area is recent also more research is obligatory in the domain Access Control in Cloud using Blockchain.