The Securities and Exchange Commission issued a Sources Sought Notice on January 31, 2019, seeking a private vendor "to support the goal of acquiring data for the most widely used blockchain ledgers."
In the notice, the SEC did not specify or name the ledgers it wanted to acquire data from; however, the requirement that they gather data from the "most widely used" ledgers suggests that the SEC would want the vendor to be able to gather data from cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum.
This step towards data gathering, likely in the realm of cryptocurrencies, is an interesting ...
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