Members of the bitcoin community, including investors and executives, are having a huge impact on the future of the industry, promoting awareness and mainstream adoption.
Masters’s Digital Asset Holding is working together with Australian exchange ASX to develop a new securities settlement platform on the basis of the blockchain.
Blockchain has appeared to be in the limelight of multiple financial companies within the past year. This digital public database is redefining what is possible within the fintech ecosystem and beyond.
Final round increased the total sum of investment to $60 million.
The project aims at transformation of loans and settlements with a help of blockchain technology.
Digital Asset is excited to announce that Hyperledger has become one of the most highly requested project participants in the Linux Foundation’s history.
The company gets $50 million to apply a distributed ledger to financial services and expands its Board of Directors.
Digital Asset Holdings, the blockchain-focused startup run by Blythe Masters, has announced it will open an office in London and hire two new executives.
Former JPMorgan’s executive Blythe Masters is reportedly facing problems while trying to raise funds for her blockchain focused startup Digital Asset Holdings.
Our world is growing, various industries are evolving as well. The Fintech industry has already announced itself on the world scene, and surely, it’s going to rule the roost in the brand-new 2016.
The fintech is getting more attractive for investors, with some of the most successful people on Wall Street are moving to this promising industry.
Former JPMorgan senior executive Blythe Masters rebuffed a proposal to join Barclays, as she is committed to continue her work at the blockchain startup Digital Asset Holdings.
Blythe Masters is promoting blockchain to banks by offering an off-the-shelf private blockchain product and developing ways to connect its customers to the existing bitcoin system.