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Cambridge Blockchain introductory video, featured at Money20/20 Las Vegas. Cambridge Blockchain’s software stack is designed for the real-world requirements of “enterprise blockchain” applications. Their target industries have strong needs for identity verification tools, driven by stringent regulatory and commercial requirements. In addition, any blockchain solution must interface with a complex set of legal obligations across multiple jurisdictions where such institutions transact. Cambridges’s pragmatic, solutions-based approach is unique in the field.

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