IBM Seems On A Verge To Declare Blockchain Revolution

IBM made an announcement on its official website that Securitize Platform Will Now Work With IBM Blockchain Accelerator Program

Securitize Platform Will Now Work With IBM Blockchain Accelerator Program

According to Forbes report, Securitize is a compliance platform specifically for digital securities recently joins IBM Blockchain Accelerator program.

The CEO at Securitize, Carlos Domingo states that the company aims to develop a debt issuance platform with the use of blockchain technology. He mentions:

we hope to modernize the $82 trillion dollar corporate debt market — which is currently riddled with inefficiencies and high fees — with blockchain technology.

Within three months, the accelerator will come out with a demonstration of Securitize platform. Moreover, this program consists of a blockchain architecture workshop along with consultations with IBM experts and external mentors.

Domingo also notes that they are preparing to integrate Hyperledger, designing products and grant debt via blockchain.

IBM Is Working On A Blockchain Platform Development For The Mining Industry

Its made an announcement on its official website regarding its partnership with Minehub Technologies Inc. They are planning to build a Blockchain platform, carrying out logistics, transactions, and the finances particular to the mining sector.

As per the revelation, the collaboration signed in Canada included various mining firms. Especially the ones currently partnering with Minehub regarding the development of this new platform. However, IBM will provide the main technology through its IBM Blockchain.

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Delma is a B2B Content Marketer, Consultant, Blogger in the field of Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency. In her spare time, she loves to blog, play badminton and watch out ted talks. She likes pets and shares her free time with NGO.

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