While real blockchain rollouts are still few and far between, some firms made progress in 2019. Here are 18 projects in some stage of development.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The Malta-headquartered digital asset exchange has upgraded its trading architecture, with an eye on futures and options trading features.
For it's real estate token, 90% of investment is coming from institutional firms.
The Frankfurt-based firm still has to get regulatory approval for the blockchain project, but aims to start beta testing next year.
The industry body has urged EU lawmakers and stakeholders to become leaders in delivering a common regulatory framework for digital assets.
Post-trade company looks to stay ahead of DLT curve with plans to act as CCP for firms trading on permission-based blockchains.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the past week, including Howard Surloff (pictured, right), who joins Blockchain.
Technology provider's effort to track the lifecycle of a digital asset moves beyond the proof-of-concept phase.
Max Bowie says that while tokenization and blockchain offer benefits for investing in esoteric and illiquid assets, it won’t make them safer or more profitable investments.
Also, a look at new hires for IHS Markit, UBS, TickSmith, BitGo and Amber Group.
In Part 2, Max looks at how new technologies could help to grow the real estate market.
The Seychelles-based exchange finalizes IT and regulatory approvals ahead of launching the first listed security recorded in distributed ledger.
Frank Barbarino will be responsible for attracting and managing institutional clients for the digital securities broker-dealer.
Elliot Grossman, previously MD at TZero's broker partner Dinosaur Financial, will be responsible for establishing the vendor's new broker-dealer division.
Digital currency exchanges are using established market surveillance services in a move that steps closer to institutional-level infrastructure.