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ICE to ‘Go West’ with Chicago-to-Tokyo network; Tulip Fever: There’s a Digital Token for That John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Kevin Wolf, formerly of ViableMkts and Eris Exchange, is now U.S. head of FICC at Euronext. ~JJL Jim Gorman, formerly of Modern Market Initiative and BATS, is now director of Media Relations and Internal Communications at Mizuho Americas. ~JJL Xavier Rolet of LSE has written a piece for the FT titled “Europe’s debt bias chokes small business and job creation.” ~JJL Marketing guru David Kelbaugh is the featured speaker today from this summer’s Chicago sessions of MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity.~JJL The CME Group’s Emini Russell 2000 futures had volume of 120,559…

Alphabet Soup: The DAO, ETH, ICOs and the SEC Blog,Feature,Fintech,Mwiki,ReformWiki

By Jim Falvey Technology usually outpaces the law. It can take months, if not years, for legislators, regulators and courts to gain an understanding of technology and then to apply existing law to the new technology and/or create new laws for the technological developments. In the remarkable world of cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology (often referred to as “Blockchain”), we are seeing both occur. In May 2016, a virtual organization called The DAO, which stands for Decentralized Autonomous Organization, came onto the scene in the Ethereum world. For the uninitiated, the Ethereum Blockchain sponsors the second most significant virtual currency…

Are we seeing the end of Wall Street and the beginning of a new one? Blog,Feature,Mwiki

Silicon Valley icon, investor and entrepreneur Vinod Khosla told an audience last week at the Commonwealth Club of California that technological disruption is coming to most of the top industries in the United States. And while he didn’t mention Wall Street, he could have. “Citibank won’t solve financial inclusion, Square will if anybody does it,” he said. “Volkswagen and GM won’t solve transportation. Whether it’s Waymo or somebody else who does it, it will be a technology driven, non-institutional, ‘let’s break the rules,’ radical kind of approach. This non-institutional way of doing things, though less predictable, is much more fun…