Galileo Platforms, a fintech, says its blockchain will help insurers crack new markets at low cost.
The startup hopes banks will want to join its network if it gains scale among remittance wallets.
Who can change the rules of a distributed ledger, and what happens when they try.
White papers by the Financial Services Development Council, a think tank-slash-advisory body, argues for blockchain.
Many commercial uses for blockchain technology will originate from the open-sourced community of Hyperledger.
R3, a DLT consortium of financial institutions, intends to move away from a single flat fee for its members.