Swiss stock exchange SIX plans on implementing blockchain tech


The leading Swiss stock exchange, SIX, plans on implementing blockchain technology in order to increase the efficiency of the platform and to fix some problems. The proposed platform will be launched in late summer this year.

Currently, SIX’s platform is slower than other exchanges, and transactions traditionally consume several days to complete. This is owing to the fact that users have to pass through multiple steps before the trade can be completed.

This is where blockchain technology comes in, with the help of blockchain technology the number of such steps can be decreased. This would reduce the time consumed by the process. Moreover, sources report that the exchange plans on launching the new platform along with the old one and the blockchain platform will only handle specific stocks for the time being.

Slowly more stocks and bonds will be added to the platform depending on how it performs. Furthermore, Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) will be also be added on the platform and probably tokenized physical assets like art as well.

The CEO of SIX stated that this move would bring a revolution in the traditional methods of trading and raise awareness about the implementation of blockchain in the sector. He also added that he believes that blockchain technology will be an integral part of the future’s financial markets.

Rommel Dumlao

Rommel Dumlao

Writer, editor, content provider Rommel is a freelance writer and editor for ten years. He has worked in numerous formats, including magazine articles, blogs, social media, and copywriting.

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