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日本的SBI宣布投资于BOOSTRY

2020-7-24 13:11

 

昨天,日本的SBI宣布投资于BOOSTRY,该公司拥有一个用于数字资产或安全令牌标记的开源区块链平台。BOOSTRY是野村证券(Nomura)和野村研究所(Nomura Research Institute, NRI)去年合资成立的,后者拥有34%的股份。NRI的股份没有变化,但印度国家银行目前持有10%的股份,野村证券则持有56%的股份。


这些公司的目标是汇集他们在区块链和安全令牌方面的知识。他们都有丰富的经验,野村证券与BOOSTRY和SBI一起做基础工作,进行了我们之前概述的大量投资和交易。BOOSTRY将该交易定位为“促进证券代币业务”。


BOOSTRY、野村证券(Nomura)和SBI以及SMBC、大和证券(Daiwa)、东海证券(Tokai Tokyo)和乐天(Rakuten)等日本最大的证券公司都是日本证券代币发行(Security Token Offering, STO)协会的成员。主要的缺席者是日本最大的银行集团三菱ufj,它有自己的STO研究计划。日本STO协会的另一个成员是接受了SBI、野村证券和MUFG投资的证券化公司。


此外,野村证券和印度国家银行共同投资了区块链企业R3,印度国家银行声称是R3的最大外部投资者。它还拥有一家合资企业SBI R3 Japan, SMBC将成为该公司的股东。


与此同时,BOOSTRY最初专注于债券,四个月前,该公司首次直接向公众发行NRI债券。此后,它与富士通(Fujitsu)签署了一项协议,将重点放在与不同平台的整合上。这家技术公司拥有区块链互操作性方面的专业知识,并且是侧重于互操作性的Hyperleger Cactus协议的主要贡献者。


BOOSTRY也有一种不同的互操作性计划。它计划开源的“ibet”区块链解决方案使用Digital Asset的DAML智能契约语言。DAML的优点是可以跨大多数企业区块链协议工作。因此,不同的STO平台可能会使用相同的代码。

 

Yesterday Japan’s SBI announced it invested in BOOSTRY, which has an open source blockchain platform for tokenizing digital assets or security tokens. BOOSTRY was set up last year as a joint venture between Nomura and Nomura Research Institute (NRI), with the latter owning a 34% stake. NRI’s shareholding is unchanged, but SBI now owns 10%, leaving Nomura with 56%.

The companies aim to pool their knowledge with regard to blockchain and security tokens. Both have significant experience, with Nomura doing the groundwork with BOOSTRY and SBI making numerous investments and deals which we previously outlined. BOOSTRY positioned the deal as “Promotion of the Securities Token Business”.

BOOSTRY, Nomura and SBI are members of Japan’s Security Token Offering (STO) Association alongside many of Japan’s largest securities firms such a SMBC, Daiwa, Tokai Tokyo and Rakuten. The major absentee is Japan’s largest banking group MUFG which has its own STO research initiative. Another member of the Japan STO Association is tokenization firm Securitize which received investment from SBI, Nomura and MUFG.

Additionally, Nomura and SBI share an investment in enterprise blockchain firm R3, with SBI claiming to be R3’s largest outside investor. It also has a joint venture SBI R3 Japan in which SMBC is becoming a shareholder.

Meanwhile, BOOSTRY initially focused on bonds, and four months ago, it performed its first tokenized issuance of NRI bonds directly to the public. Since then, it inked a deal with Fujitsu to focus on integration with separate platforms. The technology company has expertise in blockchain interoperability and is a major contributor to the Hyperleger Cactus protocol, which focuses on interoperability.

BOOSTRY also has a different kind of interoperability plan. Its “ibet” blockchain solution, which it plans to open source, uses Digital Asset’s DAML smart contract language. The advantage is that DAML works across most of the enterprise blockchain protocols. Hence different STO platforms could potentially use common code.

 

来自: Ledger Insights