The latest insights into technological innovations…
Digital assets and infrastructure are a new thing for investors. However, they are quickly becoming an essential part of how markets function and how allocators think about finding returns. The collection of insights below provides investors with the latest perspectives on this third wave of technological innovation, touching on cryptos, digital currencies, and more.
The constant evolution and expansion of digital technology globally requires massive ongoing investments in infrastructure.
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Digital currencies are gaining more traction among central bankers. Find out what are the latest technologies underpinning this development.
Digital technologies are affecting all asset classes. One of them is the oldest: equities. Within the realm of digital payments a revolution is taking place.
Cryptocurrencies and DeFi promise to revolutionize finance by eliminating unnecessary intermediaries and reducing rents. But plenty of challenges remain.
This report focuses on the structure and the quality of the markets crypto-trading platforms and assess how DLTs are changign market infrastructures and regulations.
There is no clarity on U.S. regulation on the crypto universe. The recent SEC developments do not remove this concern either. Find out why.
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The relevant authorities in the UK have indicated that a central bank digital currency, in wholesale or retail form – known as a digital pound – is likely to be needed.
Distributed ledger technology has the potential to transform financial services and impact capital markets and traditional market structures.
This quarterly outlook provides ten charts that cover some key crypto market fundamentals and technicals.
Sweeping changes have disrupted society courtesy of the Information Revolution, presenting great opportunities in radically transformed economic markets.
Outsourced trading is proving productive and profitable for those in the know. But a lack of familiarity and misconceptions persist. Join State Street on 15 November for a discussion on he different ways institutional investors are enhancing, extending, and deepening their trading capabilities through outsourcing and what their experience has been.