Asch morning News OCT.20th, 2017



  • Asch morning News
    OCT.20th, 2017
    【每日回顾】Daily News

    1. It's reported that a total of 48 companies, including HPE, have joined the EEA on October 19.

    2.The senior Vice President of Canda said Bitcoin could change the finical sector but could not replace the cash system.

    3.The USPTO ( US Patent and Trademark Office) has granted patent to the blockchain based data matching system proposed by NASDAQ.

    1. UBS (United Bank of Switzerland) which supports blockchain technology, issued a whitepaper pointing out that the demand for cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin depends on whether the government approves the use in tax payment.
    1. Team of Australian Senate supports Crypto-currrencies Exchange Act.

    2. The federation " Digital Trade Chians" which has assembled eight well-known banks, announced that a joint venture company would be established by the end of this year to better develop its blockchain trading platform.

    7.The Jasper project proposed by the Bank of Canada, which aims at exploring the application of distributed ledger, is now in the third stage. This stage will focus on the construction of the securities and payment platform, and hope to achieve the target of optimizing securities settlement process at an early date.

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