We’ve seen the growth in blockchain-based capital market series for the last year, but now we’re seeing it get even bigger.
In addition to the upcoming Capital Markets Series on Blockchain from Kaspersky, we have also heard that some of the biggest blockchain startups are planning to join in, too.
We’ll cover the basics and then we’ll dive into some of these companies and their plans to get started with blockchain in the next few weeks.
Capital Markets Series:The Capital Markets series, or CC Series, has been going for almost two years now, and is still going strong.
The CC Series is being led by Kasperssky Lab, and includes a wide range of capital markets, including retail, asset management, and financial services, among other things.
According to Kaspersk, it aims to help companies, entrepreneurs, and investors better understand the potential for blockchain to impact their businesses and industries.
The first CC Series in the series is scheduled to launch on March 1, 2020, and it will feature a wide array of topics.
Topics covered include blockchain and digital asset trading, blockchain technology, capital markets and finance, and more.
This CC Series will be followed by a second series on March 15, 2020.
Kasperska says it is planning to expand the series, with new topics in the pipeline for the second series, and also the CC Series that will be launched on April 30, 2020 at the end of the first CC series.
The CC Series has been an extremely popular series for Kasperskaya, and has received strong reviews from its users.
A recent study conducted by a research firm for K&G showed that CC Series topics are among the most liked topics in all of the CC series, according to a survey conducted by the firm.
As a result, Kaspersko’s stock has been rising since the CCSeries was announced.
In March, K&s study revealed that Kasperski stock has risen nearly 10% in the last three months.
This year, Kaps shares rose an astounding 10,5% from their low point of $1.16 per share on March 4, 2020 to the highest level on record in the past two years.
Kaspersky says the CCseries is the next step in a trend that is already well underway, and the company has already started building a network of blockchain-focused blockchain businesses in China.
The company has partnered with Blockchain Group, the leading Chinese blockchain company, to launch its blockchain-centric venture fund, called M&=amp Chain.
The fund will provide investors with exposure to blockchain companies in China, as well as blockchain startups and ICOs.
M& Chain will be building a blockchain network that focuses on emerging blockchain companies and will be able to access funds from the funds directly.
Kaps is working with Blockchain Capital, which is a Chinese-based investment fund that focuses specifically on blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
In 2017, the company partnered with China-based blockchain startup Chainalysis to develop a blockchain-driven platform for the blockchain trading market.
K&ams Blockchain Capital will also be working with blockchain startups like Chainalysis.
K &Chain has announced that it has received $150 million from the fund.
In addition to blockchain technology and ICO investing, the CCs series has also been a focus for Kaps investors.
In April, Kables token sale, which started out as a crowd sale, sold off 7.5 million tokens.
According, Kals ICO ended in November of this year with 7.2 million tokens being raised from the crowd sale.
The tokens were traded at $1 per token, which equates to about $14,800 at the time of writing.
According the company, the ICO raised $3.8 million from more than 5,500 investors.
According in the report, the tokens were valued at more than $1 billion USD at the beginning of the year.
In the future, the team hopes to continue to grow the CCcoin token sale with more ICOs, including more major ICOs that will fund the network and make it more accessible for the wider cryptocurrency community.
Kaps hopes that the CC crypto network will allow it to be more visible in China and more accessible to investors in the region.
“We believe that the blockchain ecosystem in China will eventually become the most important for the Chinese capital markets,” said Kaps CEO Andrey Khashkov in an interview with CNBC.
“There is no doubt that the Chinese blockchain market is a critical asset to the world economy, but we are not yet at the stage where we can easily build a market for Chinese capital.”
The CC series has been attracting some big names as well.
Last month, Chinese cryptocurrency exchange Binance announced that they were launching a CC series as well, with the company announcing that it would be launching its own blockchain-centered exchange by the end.
Binance, which was founded in 2014, said it was working with Kasperskeda on its CC series and hopes to launch a platform by the second