SETL's OpenCSD – are private blockchain CSDs a good idea? (Premium)

On June 1st, 2016 blockchain technology venture SETL announced the immediate availability of its OpenCSD technology, its first commercial product. With this announcement, SETL suggests that counterparties can quickly establish a permissioned blockchain network between themselves to transact just about any type of business, without the need for a Central Securities Depository. Is this good for the markets?

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