The UK’s central bank has developed its own Proof of Concept ledger and will make the next version of its interbank payments system compatible with settlement in a distributed ledger.
Hyperledger Project continues to attract new companies, with the overall number of members now accounting for more than 120 organizations.
RSCoin, developed in cooperation with two researchers from the University College of London, allows central banks maintaining complete control over monetary supply while providing strong transparency and auditability guarantees.
The central bank of the UK takes a reasonable approach to a distributed ledger study and adoption.
Thus R3 project has just grown up to 42 members – the world’s largest and most influential banks.
The blockchain holds huge promise for the future of the financial industry, with the world’s leading organizations developing solutions based on the bitcoin technology.
The central bank of the UK announced a contest for the best ideas of using blockchain potential in order to change the society.
The UK authorities are ready to create favorable regulatory environment in the country.
Central banks consider implementing “hybrid systems” involving distributed ledger technology of the type currently used to record Bitcoin transactions.