Browsing the "DTCC" Tag

DTCC Pushes Back Blockchain Project to Avoid Brexit Complications

| Ian Allison

The DTCC has pushed back the release of its blockchain-based post-trade system for derivatives by several months, in part because of Brexit. 

DTCC: Security Tokens Should Be Made to Meet Existing Regulatory Rules

| Ian Allison

The DTCC has laid out guidelines for the post-trade processing of tokenized securities, aimed at market participants and regulators.

skyscraper, wall street

A Group of 30 Global Central Securities Depositories Is Exploring Crypto Custody

| Ian Allison

A group of central securities depositories (CSDs) is seriously looking at how they might custody digital assets.

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15 Banks Join DTCC Post-Trade Blockchain as Project Enters Testing

| Ian Allison

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation is now testing its main blockchain project with 15 global banks, before taking the tech live in 2019. 

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Blythe Masters Looks Beyond Finance for Next Wave of Blockchain Growth

| Ian Allison

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.

Capital Markets Blockchains Are Finally Getting Go-Live Dates

| Ian Allison

Big financial market infrastructure players detailed their progress on blockchain conversions, with real timelines for going live, at Consensus 2018.

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Blythe Masters’ Next Move? Blockchain SDKs

| Michael del Castillo

Former JP Morgan executive Blythe Masters recently unveiled a new software suite designed to help propel the next wave of business blockchain growth.

Enterprises Building Blockchain Confront Early Tech Limitations

| Michael del Castillo

Executives working with two of the largest live blockchain implementations spoke on stage at the DTCC's annual fintech event.

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DTCC Milestone: $11 Trillion in Derivatives Gets Closer to the Blockchain

| Michael del Castillo

Working through the issues of using ethereum's smart contract language, DTCC and Axoni move $11 trillion worth of derivatives closer to blockchain.

Collaboration FTW: How Blockchain Came So Far, So Fast

| Rob Palatnick

Without further cooperation, DLT risks ultimately recreating the many silos and disjointed systems that already exist, warns an executive at the DTCC.