“The JPM Coin is based on blockchain-based technology enabling the instantaneous transfer of payments between institutional clients,” according to JPMorgan’s website. “A JPM Coin always has a value equivalent to one U.S. dollar.” In addition, “The JPM Coin will be issued on Quorum Blockchain and subsequently extended to other platforms.”
JPMorgan’s Crypto Now Used Commercially
Global investment bank and financial services company JPMorgan Chase has set up a dedicated crypto business unit called Onyx with more than 100 staffers, CNBC reported Tuesday.
JPMorgan Chase has revealed that its own JPM Coin is now being used commercially by a large tech company. The company has set up a dedicated crypto business unit with a focus on cross-border payments. This news follows a group of JPMorgan analysts praising bitcoin as an alternative investment to gold.
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Georgakopoulos further explained that the bank is focused on improving wholesale payments, specifically in areas where a better solution could save the industry hundreds of millions of dollars. CNBC noted that as one of the largest players in this industry, JPMorgan moves more than trillion a day across more than 100 countries.
Takis Georgakopoulos, JPMorgan’s global head of wholesale payments, revealed to the publication that JPMorgan’s own cryptocurrency, the JPM Coin, is being used commercially for the first time this week by a large, unnamed technology client to send payments around the world. He added that other clients are being on-boarded.
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