The symbiosis of classical and cryptocurrency exchanges is becoming faster and faster. According to the news channel CNBC, in the near future, the largest US cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase will prepare for the release of a public offering of shares. At the same time, the ASX Australian Stock Exchange will use the blockchain.
The news that the leading operator of the Australian Stock Exchange will switch to blockchain technology could go unnoticed. At least, her clients won't pay attention to that. ASX will continue to provide the same services, but it will be faster and safer. But the information came at the same time as the news that the American Coinbase plans to raise funds through an initial public offering.
From this, we can draw interesting conclusions. The division of trading platforms is coming to an end, blockchain and Fiat are getting closer. This is evidenced by a whole chain of events:
But if earlier only classical trading platforms tested crypto-encryption technologies, now the situation has changed. Coinbase Exchange is ready to use conventional capital raising methods.
It is difficult to say how this merger of the two systems will end. Most likely, the financial community will be able to take all the best from the traditional ways of trading and blockchain. But the business, built on new technologies, does not give up the tradition.
So far, we can only state that the views of the leaders of the economy have already undergone a serious change. Central banks and governments have become much better at blockchain and received in return the opportunity to use its potential for development. Progress is even in such conservative countries as India and Russia.