Banks, investment firms, and other financial institutions, are harnessing blockchain to exchange information and assets more securely and cost-effectively.
Blockchain enables companies operating in multiple markets to exchange information and assets more securely and cost-effectively for uses as varied as cross-border payments, supply chain challenges, or raising capital.
Whether you’re a platform provider, an independent software vendor, or a technology consultant, chances are your clients are drawn to the benefits blockchain promises but daunted at the complexity and specialist knowledge required to realise them. We’re here to help.
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Assets of all kinds – both physical and digital – are being tokenised. Issuers are gaining access to entire new pools of liquidity, while investors are diversifying their portfolios in ways they could only dream of just a few years ago.
Blockchain can make the analysis of transaction patterns easier for tax authorities, regulatory bodies and other responsible institutions. It can be used to simplify self-declarations, enforcement, or anti money laundering operations.
Blockchains are bringing clarity and certainty to areas such as procurement, logistics, provenance, customs and payments – helping to make notoriously complex global supply chains much more efficient.
By removing intermediaries, blockchain could completely transform the insurance industry with a wide range of use cases, from the optimisation of existing processes to the introduction of new business models.
Central banks across the world are investigating the adoption of digital currencies (CBDC), while commercial entities are issuing their own stablecoins – often to great acclaim.
Cross-border payments – whether in digital currencies or fiat currency – are more flexible and secure when handled over blockchain.
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