From overhype to practical use cases: the DLT projects that gained ground in 2021

WatersTechnology reflects on some notable distributed ledger technology projects. 

After the wave of hype that surround distributed ledger technology five years ago, DLT today might best be described as a red-pill, blue-pill situation: Either you’re in or you’re out—there is no in-between.

A few years ago, it seemed that every couple of weeks there were new DLT proofs of concept popping up left, right, and center. Experimentation is good; it’s how you learn if a new technology is applicable to the high volumes, complexity and regulation of the capital markets. But using DLT

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