A group of energy firms including BP have completed an energy trading pilot using blockchain tech.
Canadian blockchain startup BTL announced the completion of the 12-week trial using its Interbit platform, which also included Wien Energie and Eni Trading & Shipping as participants. Professional services firm EY provided support for the test.
Guy Halford-Thompson, co-founder and CEO of BTL, said in a statement:
The startup added that it is now reaching out to more energy firms as part of a six-month pre-production process for its trading platform.
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