Axoni’s work to replatform some of the world’s largest capital markets networks has been covered extensively by financial and technology media outlets. See below to learn what they’re saying about us.
Posted on May 12, 2017
Citi has joined JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and others in a Series A funding round for distributed ledger technology (DLT) start-up Axoni.
Posted on Apr 4, 2017
The Thomson Reuters 2016 Annual Report was released last week and, alongside the financial technology giant’s standard financial and strategy reporting, was a multimedia feature of their ongoing partnership with Axoni. In October of last year, Axoni and Thomson Reuters parnered with seven other firms, including financial institutions and technology vendors, to implement a blockchain solution to synchronize … Continue reading Thomson Reuters Features Axoni in Annual Report →
Posted on Jan 22, 2017
On the heels of the announcement by the U.S. Depository Trust Clearing Corporation’s (DTCC) transitioning a central part of its financial infrastructure onto a blockchain, the premier post-trade market infrastructure for the global financial services industry that processes trillions of dollars, many are wondering what it means for the blockchain market’s future.
Posted on Jan 10, 2017
Acid test: The Depository Trust and Clearing Corp., the world’s main data repository for credit derivatives deals, is moving its database to the blockchain, “the first big test case for whether the emerging technology can be employed across the finance industry,” the Financial Times said. The DTCC, which processes more than $1.5 trillion of securities … Continue reading DTCC moving to the blockchain →
Posted on Jan 9, 2017
Wall Street’s largest back-office processing service is partnering with IBM to upgrade how payments and record-keeping for credit-default swaps are handled by putting the system on a blockchain by early next year.
Posted on Jan 9, 2017
In a step toward turning blockchain from hype to reality, the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the central bookkeeper for Wall Street’s securities trades, announces it has selected IBM and two blockchain startups, Axoni and R3, to develop distributed ledger software for its post-trade processing.