D3 Unveiled: Russian Platform Would Turn Legacy CSDs into Crypto Custodians
Execs at Russia's National Settlement Depository have revealed new details about a planned blockchain-based cryptocurrency depository platform.
A group of central securities depositories (CSDs) is seriously looking at how they might custody digital assets.
Two financial institutions are set to test a regulatory platform set up by the Bank of Russia that aims to make ICOs more transparent and secure.
Russia’s National Settlement Depository will launch its long-awaited digital asset ledger next month – 5,000 kilometers away from its Moscow HQ.
Russian bank Sberbank CIB and telecoms firm MTS have conducted what they say is the country's first commercial bond transaction made using blockchain.
Not everyone wants a more transparent financial system, as these struggling sales pitches from global CSDs make painfully obvious.