But as KPMG just so happens to be one of the four biggest accounting firms in the world, its US and global lead for Digital Ledger Services told CoinDesk that the news is about more than simply advert... Read More
Andrew Cox, an R&D analyst for Sandia, said during an interview published in the newsletter that the tool would be best utilized as part of a broader investigatory effort involving multiple angles.
CoinDesk reported last week that the Massachusetts-based company was in the process of raising capital.
He argued that, today, banks wind up in a position in which they spend time and resources con... Read More
In interview, CEO Matthew Commons said that the startup plans to use the funding to fuel ongoing technology pilots being conducted with some of its clients. While declining at this time to name the co... Read More
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Paul Sztorc, director