BNY Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Santander, and UBS – the latter of which first disclosed its work on a so-called "settlement coin" last year – are hoping to launch a commercial-grade blockchain sy... Read More
says in the results statement:
ICAP has been making strategic investments in technology startups since the early 2000s but it has recently been stepping up activities, investi... Read More
A bank is only allowed to access its own trades in the ledger. ICAP said its distributed ledger system would be scaled to cover all, and not just new, trades to show that the data is reliable ... Read More
The second principle, is the principle of engagement.
"There are lots of people looking to implement this type of structure. We are going to need to have an operation with people like that to make ... Read More
Interdealer broker ICAP announced today that it has completed an internal blockchain technology trial focused on securities post-trade processes.
ICAP's Post Trade Risk and Information division con... Read More
Amsterdam's Airport Lets Travelers Swap Leftover Euros for Cryptos
Schiphol – the international airport serving the Netherlands' capital city, Amsterdam – is launching an ATM that will allow travelers to exchange their euros for bitcoin or ethereum.
The airport ex
National Chinese Science Academy Launches Blockchain Lab
China's federal science institution, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is taking part in a new research effort around blockchain.
The highest academy for science in China said it had established a n
St Louis Fed Now Tracks Crypto Prices on Its Research Database
The St. Louis division of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank is now tracking the prices of four cryptocurrencies in its research database.
According to an announcement on Tuesday, Federal Reserve Econom
Chinese Gov’t Rates EOS as the Best Public Blockchain, Bitcoin Drop to 17th
EOS tops the public blockchain among 30 projects in the cryptocurrency space, while bitcoin, the original and largest cryptocurrency, is ranked 17th, according to the Chinese government’s second mon