The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange uses Fireblocks to push digital assets


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The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (Tase) is entering the digital asset products and services market after signing a contract with Fireblocks.

Tase will provide a variety of institutional-grade digital asset products and services for regulated entities as a result of the strategic partnership. Tase claims that it wants to integrate cutting-edge technology with the pillars of conventional finance to drive the sector’s development despite the uncertain regulatory environment the digital asset space has had to deal with.

With the Israeli Ministry of Finance, the exchange and Fireblocks have already completed a project called Project Eden to issue a government digital bond on a specialized Blockchain platform.

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