NRI And Japan Exchange Group Build Blockchain Proof-of-Concept For Securities Industry

NRI And Japan Exchange Group Build Blockchain Proof-of-Concept For Securities Industry

There is an increasing interest for blockchain technology in Japan, as NRI and Japan Exchange Group have started a new distributed ledgers trial. What makes this announcement even more appealing is how other major financial institutions are part of this collaboration as well, and the securities industry is one area where the blockchain can make a significant impact. NRI and Japan Exchange Blockchain Study. Many financial institutions around the world are taking a keen interest in blockchain technology, as there are a lot of opportunities and possibilities waiting to be explored. Nomura....


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