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Project Jasper Update: White Paper Release and Phase 3 Announcement

Posted in Authentication, Blockchain, Financial, FinTech, Identity, Payments, Privacy

Project Jasper is an experiment being done by the Bank of Canada, Payments Canada and R3 to test the viability and feasibility of using Distributed Ledger Technology (“DLT”) as the basis for wholesale interbank payment settlements. This project was launched in March 2016 and has completed two phases. Phase 1 of Project Jasper employed the… → Read More

Blockchain And Privacy: Transparency And Innovation Pose Challenges for Data Protection

Posted in FinTech, Privacy

A blockchain is a peer network of nodes that use a distributed ledger that can be used to track transactions involving value including money, votes, property, etc. The most well-known application of blockchain technology is bitcoin. Transactions on a blockchain are not regulated by any central counterparty: the individuals involved in a given transaction provide… → Read More