Exchanges Still Seeking Blockchain Uses

Many global exchanges and CCPs are in the experimental stage when it comes to blockchain technology.

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Exchanges around the world are still experimenting with blockchain technology in a bid to find practical use-cases. 

Speaking at a panel discussion on the role of exchanges and central counterparties (CCPs) at the annual forum of the World Federation of Exchanges in Athens, Gilson Finkelsztain, CEO of B3–Brasil Bolsa Balcão (formerly BM&FBovespa), said the technology can be powerful. “In our case we have been doing a lot of prototypes, pilots, to test,” he said. “But so far we haven’t found a

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