Matthew Commons, chief executive of Cambridge Blockchain, tells WaterTechnology that his company’s software is set up to store, share and validate IHS Markit’s data.
The traditional way to handle know-your-customer (KYC) compliance is through a hub-and-spoke model, where all the information is fed into a centralized utility. Commons contends that by having a distributed ledger underpinning the system, it’s less costly to connect multiple different identity validators and the customer can have m
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