IBM has joined other brands that have begun to take Cryptocurrency serious.
Jesse Lund the brand’s Cryptocurrency head stated that “We’re seeing tons of demand for digital asset issuance across the board,” hanging on to this, the brand is ready to start business with $140 billion investment.
In an interview with Coindesk, Lund made it clear that the brand is ready to expand its Cryptocurrency dealings in as many ways as possible.
“What’s happening is there’s this emergence of a new segment that could actually be one of the biggest segments, that is a permissioned but public blockchain network typology.
Lund, has made it clear that the Central Bank’s Big Toe will not be a problem as the brand launches it fiat on the Blockchain. This owes to the fact that he has met with notable banks whose names he refused to give.
He however, made subtly hints that they were world power Central Banks, which comprised of banks from the G20, an international forum with members including China, Russia, the U.S. and the EU. He went on to describe these banks as “clients in some capacity.”
Aside making moves to prevent sanctions by the Central Bank, IBM will use the Blockchain network, to explore a wide range of tokens.