A summary of the past week's financial technology news.
The Swiss Exchange is future-proofing SDX with post-quantum encryption, ahead of its full-service launch.
The Aussie exchange is to begin industry-wide testing of its DLT settlement program.
This is the first investment Illuminate has made in a company offering DLT-based tech.
Digital token USC could transform financial markets. But first, backers must prove it is secure.
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.
The industry body has urged EU lawmakers and stakeholders to become leaders in delivering a common regulatory framework for digital assets.
Gokey discusses Broadridge's aim to be a one-stop shop for users and how it sees emerging technologies as its future.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the last week, including Ryan Gwin (pictured), who joins MarketAxess.
Anna task force explores how Isins can be extended to digital assets such as tokenized securities and cryptocurrencies
Financial firms are pushing for a distributed market infrastructure model through efforts like Isda's Common Domain Model and distributed ledger technology.
The regulatory reporting utility product for fund managers is targeted to go live by mid-2020.
Post-trade company looks to stay ahead of DLT curve with plans to act as CCP for firms trading on permission-based blockchains.
During the most recent CFTC TAC meeting, members discussed interoperability issues, as well as quantum encryption concerns.
Technology provider's effort to track the lifecycle of a digital asset moves beyond the proof-of-concept phase.
The tool has been developed as part of DTCC's work with the industry to build a DLT network and governance model.
An examination into how the industry is trying to create standards around blockchain development.
In Part 2, Max looks at how new technologies could help to grow the real estate market.
A year after issuing the first blockchain-traded bond, the lender says blockchain technology could drastically cut settlement times and costs.
As institutional interest in cryptocurrencies grows, new and old exchanges are now turning to futures contracts to grow institutional interest. After fits and starts, crypto futures might be nearing a tipping point.
The international standards body says it is working on getting out its first standard for blockchain terminology.
Fee compression and regulations have forced some asset managers to rethink what is core to their business, including the trading desk. Enter the outsourced trading desk.
Anthony Malakian has his doubts about some of true benefits of distributed ledgers.
WatersTechnology examines some of the disillusionment permeating the capital markets when it comes to blockchain.