Blockchain in the real world: Looking beyond cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrency isn't dead, and the promising future of its underlying technology, blockchain, is bright. Just make sure you have the proper eyewear.
By Stephen J. Obie|December 20, 2018 at 08:50 AM|The original version of this story was published on Corporate Counsel
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The cryptocurrency crashes during 2018 caused some observers to predict their imminent demise. However, Fidelity Investments’ recent creation of a cryptocurrency custody unit certainly reflects credible interest in digital assets among at least some pension funds and traditional asset managers.
With apologies to Mark Twain, then, the report of crypto’s death was “an exaggeration.”
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