Mt Pelerin Banking on the Blockchain

Research Overview

Author: Gabriel Jaccard
Release Date: April 15, 2020

Abstract:

This case study looks at Mt Pelerin, which works like a Swiss Army knife in the banking ecosystem. Its full-reserve custodian banking business model excludes on-balance sheet credits, which represents a shift from mainstream banking. Its Ethereum-based open source solution facilitates asset management and cuts ever-increasing compliance costs. It is a must-read for leaders of small to medium enterprises as well as financial service industry innovators.

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Mt Pelerin Banking on the Blockchain

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