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Dear ,


Another week just went by in a blink of an eye. We are still not too much ‘out there’ with our product CrossPool and are nicely surprised that we're discovered and named as one of the top 10 companies innovating in tokenisation of assets - WOW!

The recognition itself is thrilling and at the same time shows that this topic is getting wider attention and gaining momentum also in the established corporate world. We see our role not just as enablers in this movement, we have to be evangelisers and paint the picture that blockchain is far more than just Bitcoin, ICOs or payments. Here is Alex's part 2 on tokenisation to explore further (click here). 

Where can be a good place to start learning of the actual use cases in the capital markets? Right here :) Let's first look into the leading enterprise permissioned distributed ledger player, R3. This firm is focussed on serving the established financial ecosystem, on the efficient integration with the existing infrastructure and adherence to the industry best practices. Our flagship product CrossPool builds on Corda (aka the R3 protocol) as one element of the platform. We are glad to now be represented as a solution for institutions on the R3 marketplace, alongside other solid projects.


We have a new website site set up for CrossPool. Tell us what you think. 

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Interesting read

EU has just published an impactful (long and deep) report on blockchain.

Read the 16-paged executive summary will be a very good start :)

It is reflected and highly informative and should serve as a critical reminder for everyone developing blockchain solutions about the big picture approach we ought to take: "The idea of blockchain as a ‘one size fits all’ technology is incorrect. In other words, “challenges of deploying blockchain technology are strongly related to context, application or sectorial issues. That is why organisations should not develop solutions looking for problems, but instead should find existing or foreseeable problems in their operations or business, and then look for possible blockchain solutions,” the report continues. (Source)

The German government announced its national strategy on blockchain shortly after the above report was published. They will be focussing on financial applications; one of the most exciting news coming from the strategy is that it's confirmed that, the regulation of electronic securities should be technology-neutral, so that future electronic value papers can also be issued on a blockchain. (Source)


The section is usually irrelevant to anything written above. But the editor has decided to include it from time to time, that it is all okay to pause, breathe and pay attention to what is happening around us.

Cross the world four times
- Derek Sivers

First, in your teens or 20s, to take it all in. See it all, do it all, and learn. Get involved. Stay up all night talking with strangers, everywhere. Kiss and fall and promise to them all. Make lots of mistakes.

Cross the world the first time to fall in love.

The second time, in your 30s, to tell everyone what you’ve learned. You’re full of answers, since you’ve done so much. You know how things should be, since you’ve made all your mistakes. You can see the path clearly, and it’s your turn to lead.

Cross the world the second time to make change.


If you're in your 40s, you have definitely grown to read the most intense part ... https://sivers.org/4


Until next time,

Your FinFabulous team.

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