@Financial Times: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/764aed26-198a-11e5-8201-cbdb03d71480.html#ixzz3epIjOPA8
"The blockchain — the technology that underpins bitcoin — has been called “the future for financial services infrastructure”. Now banks, clearing houses and exchanges are becoming increasingly excited at the prospect of blockchain fundamentally transforming their business models.
Last week Nasdaq said it would use blockchain technology from US start-up Chain to underpin its new private share-trading market, in one of its most high profile applications to date. Former New York Stock Exchange chief Duncan Niederauer and JPMorgan banker Blythe Masters have also lent their support to start-ups exploring its use."
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Somebody should point them out to BitShares in the comments, mainly explaining about the decentralised exchange, UIA, speed of transactions, etc, etc.