Banks and Bourses Join Forces on Blockchain Drive

Recent market change has led to heightened inefficiencies of collateral processing.

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According to Johan Toll, head of blockchain at Nasdaq, this is the start of something big: “Originally this is very much for us a way to address the buy side, the investor side, here. Because they are normally rich on security and not so rich on cash. And normally when you do margin calls after hours, or during the day, it is not so efficient.” 

The inefficiencies of collateral processing have been heightened as a result of recent market changes, including extended trading hours by stock

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