Blythe Masters discusses the potential impact of the ASX decision to implement her company’s distributed ledger solution.
During Sibos, DAHs Blythe Masters, said while blockchain solutions can be expensive, they’re worth the cost for mitigating security holes.
The Australian Securities Exchange wants to know more about the Digital Asset DLT platform, and will commission a third party study to do so.
From former bank CEOs to traders, more and more enter the digital currency market in one form or another. Regulation is seemingly around the corner as the Wild West days ar…
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. Source
At the DTCC’s Fintech Symposium, the lack of available blockchain job applicants was cited as a roadblock to industry goals. Source
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. Source
A new white paper signals Digital Asset’s increased efforts to take blockchain tech mainstream. Source
With the incoming president hinting that he will deregulate many industries, how can blockchain devs stop their code being trapped in the past? Source
Facing threats from blockchain, the DTCC embraces startup innovators. Source
Digital Asset Holdings revealed new blockchain smart contracts tech at a meeting of the Hyperledger project last week. Source
Digital Asset Holdings’ patent application reveals new details about how its blockchain product will work. Source
The same week Broadridge invested $95m to build blockchain applications it hosted a breakfast with 50 of it clients including Credit Suisse and more. Source
ASX says it intends to decide on whether it will migrate to a blockchain-based settlement system by the end of 2017. Source
Blythe Masters has been ranked #46 in Bloomberg’s List of Most Influential People in finance. She is the only representative of the FinTech industry in this list. ]]>