Algorand (ALGO) Joins Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA)

Algorand (ALGO), a distributed ledger technology (DLT) project that claims to be the first pure proof of stake (PoS) blockchain network, has become a corporate member of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA), a non-profit trade association for financial market professionals. The alliance will enable Algorand to support WSBA’s push for broader blockchain and cryptocurrency adoption by traditional financial institutions, according to a press release on April 23, 2020.

Algorand Now a Corporate Member of WSBA

As part of larger plans to promote wider blockchain adoption and accelerate the growth of the innovative technology, Algorand (ALGO) has joined the Wall Street Blockchain Association (WSBA) as a corporate member.

Founded in 2015 by Ron Quaranta, WSBA is a non-profit trade advocacy group for financial market professionals, created by financial market experts. The primary objective of WSBA is to guide and foster the adoption of cryptocurrency and the underlying blockchain technology across global markets. 

Algorand (ALGO) Adoption on the Rise 

With the addition of Algorand, WSBA now boasts a good number of highly reputed firms including TokenSoft Inc, a project focused on building blockchain infrastructure to automate investment banking of security tokens, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, BPM LLP, and Boomer Consulting, among others.

Commenting on the addition of Algorand to the growing list of its member organizations, Ron Quaranta chairman of the WSBA expressed his excitement over the blockchain project’s interest in the organization, adding that the alliance will further significantly contribute to WSBA’s mission of accelerating comprehensive adoption of DLT.

In his words:

It’s a privilege to have the Algorand team join our organization and work with us and our global members to further the shared mission of promoting comprehensive adoption of blockchain technology across global markets. Algorand features a permissionless Pure Proof of…

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