Blockchain Intelligence Group to Join Wall Street Blockchain Alliance

Blockchain Intelligence Group is the latest corporate member to join the WSBA.

The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA), a non-profit distributed ledger technology trade association, has secured a new member, adding Blockchain Intelligence Group (BIG) as the latest entrant to its organization.

The group’s paramount aim is to help guide and promote the comprehensive adoption of distributed ledger technology across all financial markets. As the newest corporate member of the WSBA, Blockchain Intelligence Group will join the growing ranks of proactive industry leaders in facilitating the growth and adoption of ledger technology.

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Currently, BIG deploys a robust suite of utilities, including Blockbits, BitRank and Qlue products provide real-time search, data analytics and risk assessment for blockchain-based data and assets, such as bitcoin and other cryptocurrency transactions.

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Ron Quaranta

According to Ron Quaranta, Chairman and founder of WSBA, in a statement on the membership: “The WSBA is very pleased to have Blockchain Intelligence Group join the family of WSBA corporate members. With BIG’s strong suite of products and deep domain expertise, their contribution and thought leadership will be invaluable to WSBA members, as well as the wider blockchain universe.”

“Their command of complex analytics aligns well with our recently launched Blockchain Assets Working Group, and I am looking forward to some amazing scholarship in the near future,” he added.

“We are thrilled to become members of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance. Big data analytics stands to substantially improve business conducted via blockchains and cryptocurrencies, as they become increasingly utilized within the financial community. The opportunity to work with other members and partners of the WSBA will help expedite innovation and collaboration,” explained Lance Morginn, CEO of BIG.

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