British broker and Aussie exchange have taken small stakes in Digital Asset
Broker Icap and the Australian Securities
Exchange are among a group of 13 firms that have bought small
stakes in blockchain start-up run by former JP Morgan head of
global commodities Blythe Masters.
Icap said on Friday it had invested
through its Euclid Opportunities unit in Digital Asset
Holdings, a firm working on distributed ledger technology for
the financial services industry.
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