The Australian Securities Exchange will continue to work on its DLT-based settlement system despite the departure of of Blythe Masters, the former CEO of its partner Digital Asset.
Digital Assets Holdings CEO Blythe Masters has stepped down from her role, but will remain on as a shareholder, strategic advisor and board member.
The enterprise DLT startup now sees a vast range of opportunities, both within the industry where its founder spent most of her career and outside it.
Executives working with two of the largest live blockchain implementations spoke on stage at the DTCC's annual fintech event.
Blythe Masters discusses the potential impact of the ASX decision to implement her company's distributed ledger solution.
While blockchain solutions can be expensive, it's a price worth paying to mitigate security weaknesses, says Digital Asset's Blythe Masters.
The Australian Securities Exchange wants to know more about the Digital Asset DLT platform, and will commission a third party study to do so.
Digital Asset CEO Blythe Masters took the stage last week to discuss how the blockchain industry needs to be aware of its impact on the job market.
At the DTCC's Fintech Symposium, the lack of available blockchain job applicants was cited as a roadblock to industry goals.
DA's work with the ASX has resulted in some unhappy stakeholders, but it's all just a part of the process according to parties involved.