Smart contracts company joins Wall Street Blockchain Alliance

Oct. 30, 2017

Symbiont, a blockchain smart contracts platform, has joined the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance, a nonprofit trade association whose mission is to spread knowledge about blockchain technology and explore its potential uses, according to a press release.

"We are very excited to have Symbiont join the WSBA as one of our premier corporate members," WSBA Chairman Ron Quaranta said in the release. "Symbiont has been one of the true pioneers in the evolution of blockchain and smart contract technologies, and both the WSBA and our global members are eager to collaborate with Symbiont to reinvent the future of financial markets in a blockchain and smart contract world."

Ron Smith, president of Symbiont, will deliver the keynote address at the Blockchain for Wall Street even on Nov. 14 at the New York Law School.

"We are happy to join the WSBA and welcome the opportunity to work with Ron and his team to educate financial industry professionals about the tremendous opportunities for blockchain technology to make Wall Street more efficient, leaner and better at delivering value to its customers," Smith said in the release. "Much work is needed to deepen the knowledge of financial professionals as this technology moves from pilot to production, and WSBA will be an important player in making that happen."


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