The proof of concept uses smart contracts from Digital Asset and DLT from VMware.
The network is driving adoption of standardized post-trade swap data models and workflows.
The market maker will contribute real-time crypto market data before expanding into equities.
Pyth is built on a blockchain to handle receipt and distribution of fast-moving data.
Interoperability with current capital markets infrastructure is a challenge.
Investors have more understanding on the operational side of crypto markets.
DLR has executed $35bn in average daily volume in the first weeks since launch.
Certus One runs secure validation services for Proof of Stake blockchains.
The regulated blockchain infrastructure platform enables mainstream adoption of digital assets.