Giancarlo has called for a common "do no harm" approach by regulators
The US Commodity Futures Trading
Commission's Christopher Giancarlo has said that blockchain
technology could help to address "crucial need" for better
transparency in firms' swaps trading portfolios, and that the
tech could could be a key tool for the body.
In a keynote address at the Cato Institute
on Tuesday, commissioner Giancarlo said that distributed ledger
technology will help to improve the regulator’s
view of the market.
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