From Ubs to Credit Suisse, from Santander to Unicredit, blockchain-based initiatives are multiplying: finance operations become more transparent and effective, costs are reduced.
Not only bitcoin: blockchain, the technology behind the well-known (and sometimes disputed) cryptocurrency, isn’t useful just to create virtual coins and shouldn’t be associated to negative experiences, such as fluctuation in value, speculations or illegal uses. On the contrary, blockchain is a technology for “strengthening” computer operations and data processing exchanged between a variety of subjects by introducing a higher form of automation and guaranteeing higher integrity. » Download the document now 342.6 kb (Chrome HTML Document)
Blockchain technologies have the potential to transform both digital services and business models for multiple industries, and in the case of banking and financial transactions, registering information blocks in a distributed way allows for greater efficiency and speed with higher levels of traceability and security.