Nivaura’s Blockchain-Based Securities

Research Overview

Author: Anthony D. Williams
Release Date: May 5, 2020

Abstract:

This project explores London-based start-up Nivaura’s commercialization of a regulatory-compliant blockchain solution—an ether-denominated bond, the first of its kind, with LuxDeco—for issuing and managing debt, equity, and structured investment products in the United Kingdom. The start-up’s solution freed market participants from legacy infrastructure and inefficient practices that added days and costs to new issues.

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Nivaura’s Blockchain-Based Securities

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