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August 27, 2016, 06:38:44 PM
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Survey: most stock exchanges engaged in blockchain

According to the World Federation of Exchanges, 84% of world’s trading venues and clearing counterparties are exploring or already implementing the distributed ledger.

WFE’s survey indicates that firms are at different stages of blockchain technology research.....

http://www.coinfox.info/news/6291-survey-most-stock-exchanges-engaged-with-blockchain

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September 03, 2016, 08:13:50 AM
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Interesting. I have read somewhere that a bank was researching and working on blockchain ledgers, it’s really interesting to have thoughts of experienced members on this topic.

It would be great if banks (or say at least few of them) allows bitcoin in beta level so that we can figure out and encounter problems in bitcoin to fiat and vice versa transactions on legal grounds. Yes, bitcoin is anonymous currency but not everyone has any problem if identity is revealed to banks (and indirectly to governments).

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September 03, 2016, 08:39:40 AM
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Yes, bitcoin is anonymous currency but not everyone has any problem if identity is revealed to banks (and indirectly to governments).
I agree with you, and i used bitcoin is not for illegal activity and i don't have any problem if my indentity is revealed to bank and indirectly to government. For me bitcoin is not place for money laundering, although it is depend on users of bitcoin.
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