Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 2: Blockchain, StatPro-Investor Analytics Merger

Dan and Anthony chat about the DTCC's white paper on blockchain and a big merger on the buy side.

The Waters Wavelength is a weekly podcast featuring Sell-Side Technology deputy editor Dan DeFrancesco and WatersTechnology US editor Anthony Malakian.

Sell-Side Technology deputy editor Dan DeFrancesco and WatersTechnology US editor Anthony Malakian record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.

We are back for the second installment of the Waters Wavelength podcast. The executives at Incisive Media haven't pull the plug on Anthony and Dan, so the dynamic duo is back talking all things financial technology.

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This week Dan and Tony chatted about the Depository Trust and Clearing Corp.'s white paper on how the industry needs to collaborate when it comes to implementing blockchain technology and StatPro's acquisition of Investor Analytics. The guys also discuss the NFL's AFC and NFC championship games.


Links to articles discussed:

DTCC Says Industry-Wide Collaboration Needed for Successful Implementation of Blockchain (BST)

DTCC Chief Technology Architect Talks Blockchain (BST)

The DTCC's Fear of Missing Out on the Blockchain

Cambridge Blockchain Wins Santander InnoVentures Distributed Ledger Challenge

Big Buy-Side Merger: StatPro Acquires Investor Analytics


As is the case with everything we do, we'd love to get some feedback from our listeners. Feel free to reach out to Anthony or Dan via Twitter or email.

Anthony: @a_malakian; [email protected]

Dan: @dandefrancesco; [email protected]


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Past episodes:

Episode 1: Bloomberg Terminals, Work Force Issues

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