Canada Daoming Bank Group joined the Digital Chamber of Commerce to promote the adoption of block chain technology


nnn(TD Bank Group) announced today that it has joined the executive committee of the Digital Chamber of Commerce in the world’s leading chain-chain trade association to jointly promote the use of digital assets and related technologies to create a support for innovation, employment and investment growth. The legal environment. At this point, members of the Digital Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee have expanded to 20 to work together to improve the global financial system with block-chain technology.n
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nTD Bank Group has joined the Executive Board of the Digital Chairs of the World’s Leading Chain Chain Trading Association to promote the adoption of digital assets and related technologies and aims to shape a law that supports growth in innovation, employment and investment surroundings.n
nToronto Dorothy Bank is headquartered in Toronto, and its subsidiaries are collectively referred to as the Dominic Bank Group. The bank provides a full range of financial products and services through its Canadian retail, US retail and wholesale banking divisions. As of April 30, 2017, Dominion’s net asset value was $ 1.3 trillion, one of the world’s leading online financial services companies, with approximately 11.5 million active online and mobile customers.n
n”It is undeniable that the application of block-chain technology in the financial sector has a huge opportunity to provide better, safer and more economical banking,” said Chris Owen, vice president of shared platform, DaPont Bank’s Chain-Chain Enterprise, The need to release this potential requires cooperation from all sides, and we are looking forward to working with the Digital Chamber of Commerce and its members to develop this prosperous ecosystem and accelerate the adoption of block chain technology. “n
nWith the addition of Dominion Bank, members of the Digital Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee expanded to 20, including Microsoft, IBM, BNP Paribas, New York Mellon Bank, depository and settlement agencies and the United States Wells Fargo and other institutions.n
n”We are very pleased and welcome to become the first Canadian bank to join the executive committee of the Chamber of Commerce,” said Perianne Boring, founder and president of the Digital Chamber of Commerce. “As we work together to improve the global financial system with block chain and distributed ledger technology In the process, Dao Ming Bank ‘s ideological leadership is very important.n

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