This Week: Nasdaq; Symphony/Google; Interop.io and more

A summary of the latest financial technology news.

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Nasdaq brings exchange technology to voluntary carbon markets

Nasdaq has released an exchange technology for carbon markets using smart contracts to digitize carbon credits issuance, settlement, and custody. The exchange operator has partnered with Puro.earth, a standards and registry platform for engineered carbon removal, to register CO2 removal certificates (Corcs).

Carbon credits trade like a typical financial asset. Sometimes called carbon offsets, they allow companies unable to limit

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How GenAI could improve T+1 settlement

As well as reducing settlement failures, IBM researchers believe generative AI can provide investment managers with improved research, prioritization, and allocation resources.

Interoperability is not AI

Dan Schleifer, co-founder of Interop.io, explains how desktop interoperability underpins new AI developments.

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