Moody's: British banks system among most at risk from blockchain disruption

  City A.M 
The UK banking system is among the most exposed to disruption from blockchain technologies, according to a report published today by an influential credit ratings agency. Cross-border claims from banks in the UK to counterparts in others are equivalent to more than 90 per cent of GDP, according to Moody’s Investors Services, underlining the City’s place at the heart of the international financial ▶ Full story on cityam.com
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