Cambridge Blockchain joined the distributed books group supported by the Luxembourg government


nnnHotline: Cambridge Blockchain, a digital identity company founded in Massachusetts, will set up an office in Paris, France. The company also announced a partnership with LuxTrust, a large digital identity company backed by the Luxembourg government, to develop a new platform based on the block chain. And will join the government-supported nonprofit organization Infrachain. Describe the company’s decision to develop in Europe and bring the Luxembourg project to more countries.n
nnTranslation: Annie_Xun
nDigital identity startup Cambridge Blockchain will set up an office in Paris, France.n
nThe company, founded in Massachusetts, will shop in the business park set up by Partech Ventures, which has also invested $ 2 million in Cambridge Blockchain.n
nIt may not be surprising that this start-up business will expand into Europe. Cambridge Blockchain focuses on the major markets of the digital industry for its digital identity solutions, especially in the European market.n
nMay Cambridge Blockchain announced a partnership with LuxTrust, a large digital identity company backed by the Luxembourg government, to develop a new platform based on the block chain. Cambridge Blockchain said it would join the Infrachain project, a nonprofit organization that had been established by some companies at the beginning of the year, and received government support to deepen its relationship with Luxembourg.n
nOther members include LuxTrust, KPMG, Deloitte and so on. The addition of Cambridge Blockchain made the project expand beyond Luxembourg.n
n”Thanks to the support of Partech Ventures and Infrachain, we are committed to addressing the biggest threat to the banking industry: the cost of regulatory compliance,” said Matthew Commons, chief executive officer of Cambridge Blockchain.n

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