JP Morgan Announces Prototype Blockchain Platform to Streamline Capital Markets Infrastructure J.P. Morgan Chase & Co presented a prototype of its blockchain platform for capital markets, which aims to cut costs and enable smoother securities transactions. The announcement took place at NY’s Consensus conference Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reported May 16. Christine Moy, executive director of J.P.…
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