Fintech – Discussion on Blockchain – Finastra’s Peter Farley

Compare the Cloud interviews Peter Farley, Capital Marketing Strategist of Finastra. Peter speaks about how Finastra’s main role is to provide the plumbing infrastructure for financial institutions to run their business efficiently.

What does Blockchain mean?

Blockchain technology provides an open decentralised database of every transaction involving value. It creates a chronological and public record that can be verified by the entire community.

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Find out more about Finastra here: http://www.finastra.com/

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