Nasdaq launches blockchain share voting product in South Africa

Nasdaq, the exchanges and trading technology company, is launching a blockchain-based product in South Africa, designed to make shareholder voting more efficient.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 22 Nov 2017

The firm is partnering with Strate, the South African central securities depository, to deliver the mechanism, which is designed to allow for easy and transparent electronic voting at South African shareholder meetings.

“We are very excited about our initiative with Nasdaq and what it means for the South ...

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