How Blockchain Needs to Evolve for Financial Markets

Looking at how distributed ledgers can support identification of securities

Matthew Bastian, director, market and business development and west coast operations, CUSIP Global Services

Blockchain has officially become the "Big Data" of 2016. Over-hyped buzzword? Check. Hottest conference track at every financial operations industry event? Check. Breakthrough technology with the potential to change the world as we know it? Check.

In the space of about a year, blockchain has captivated with its promise of more efficient back-office operations. As firms big and small explore its potential, however, it becomes more apparent that the technology will require modification before it's

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