Danish CCEDK Exchange Announces Real-Time Transparent Order Books, Proof of Solvency

Danish CCEDK Exchange Announces Real-Time Transparent Order Books, Proof of Solvency

Denmark based exchange CCEDK will be the world’s first exchange to make its order books and solvency transparent following a partnership with Cryptonomex. The integration would mean that users will be able to check the solvency of the exchange in real time, as the company's accounts and ledgers are to be placed on the decentralized BitShares 2.0 network after its expected launch later this summer. The move comes just a few days after BitShares announced it was to launch its “2.0” version, based upon the “Graphene toolkit” developed by Cryptonomex. With the launch of version 2.0, BitShares....


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