Citadel Securities and XTX Markets have signed up as launch partners for the live implementation of Cobalt's FX post-trade processing network, a DLT-based platform founded by currency trading veterans Andy Coyne and Adrian Patten.
The state of Delaware is proposing amendments to new legislation that would enable corporations to use distributed ledgers for record-keeping purposes and to keep track of stock transactions.
The Bank of England is to take over the direct running of the UK's Chaps high value payment system as part of a blueprint for a rebuild of its real-time gross settlement platform to accommodate new market entrants and a future-proofed interface to distributed ledger technology.
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A US consortium exploring potential use cases for distributed ledger technology in the credit union industry is set to conduct its first live demonstration of a digital identity service next week.
The Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), Québec's financial services regulator, has joined the R3 consortium and set up a fintech lab to help it study new technologies, such as blockchain.
Emirates NBD is embarking on a pilot that will see it use blockchain technology to boost the security of its cheques.
JPMorgan Chase has formally exited blockchain consortium R3, following in the footsteps of fellow titans Goldman Sachs and Banco Santander who split last November.
Mizuho Bank is preparing to conduct its first live trade financing transactions over a distributed ledger developed in association with IBM.
The rise of nonbank giants such as PayPal and WeChat is leading central banks to reassess to whom they should allow access to their payment and settlement systems, says a top Bank of Japan official.
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