Blockchain helps regulated organisations know more, do more, and sell more, while simultaneously readying their business for the digital economy.
Smart jurisdictions, governments, and businesses embrace and implement emerging technologies to strive in the digital economy.
Liquidus aims to tether in identity and compliance to produce real-time regulatory corporate reporting around transactions for financial institutions. Since we’re leveraging the distributed ledger technology, blockchain transaction monitoring becomes a more achievable goal to facilitate versus siloed databases.
It’s great to see the World Bank’s investment into a digital infrastructure that will bring small countries like these situated in the Caribbean closer together through technology. We have witnessed the enormous benefits a digital infrastructure can bring to saving time and the cost of private and public operations from the likes of Estonia.
It is nice to see that the survey results reveal that leaders no longer consider blockchain technology as groundbreaking and merely promising, and no see it as an integral part of their organizational innovation. We can definitely corroborate this sentiment with the discussions we have had with leaders in the financial services and institutional space.
If I had to choose a department with a financial services company that can reap the rewards of blockchain technology, it would be compliance. While most financial services organizations would say compliance is a high priority for their company, compliance departments generally tend to be largely underfunded. By deploying blockchain technology, companies would have a […]
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