Banking Executives Suggest Blockchain As the Best Alternative to Russia’s Settlement Problems

A report coming from Kremlin says that top bankers are now advising and suggesting a blockchain solution to solve the country’s settlement problems. In an exclusive interview with the CEO of Fuse Network, he was reported saying that Russia doesn’t have a single reason not to develop its blockchain system.

Also, in an interview with one of the top executives in Sberbank: Russia’s biggest bank, he supported the same statement as his colleague in Fuse Network. He said that the country is on a good path to solve its settlement problems using blockchain technology.

Before now, blockchain infrastructure has helped Russia in many capacities, especially in its financial service sector, which is also visible in the country’s finance industry. With this in mind, Alexander Vedyakhin, the first deputy chairman of Sberbank, suggested that the country can make a more stable, faster payment system with blockchain technology.

It was learned that Alexander Vedyakhin participated in the meeting by Russia’s Federation Council that focused on the country’s budget and financial market during one of their meetings. Information from Interfax: Russia’s local news media had said that his meeting highlighted the prospect of a future blockchain-induced Russia.


Some Lessons From Vedyakhin’s Presentation

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According to some of the suggestions presented by Vedyakhin, he recommended a Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) as the most effective payment method. He further explained that this is so because of its decentralized features. He also emphasized the meticulous privacy features of this blockchain system.

Also, during his speech in the meeting, Vedyakhin pointed out that blockchain infrastructure has continuously evolved into what we have today. He explained that developers worldwide had leveraged this development to come up with new solutions to their problems as it concerns finance – especially as it affects privacy and scalability. 

Also supporting the motion by Vedyakhin, the Permissionless Chair, Mark Smargon, while commenting on the subject matter, said there are obstacles hindering Russia from developing its blockchain system. Although he didn’t go further in listing those obstacles, he explained its benefits to businesses in and around Russia.

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