Hong Kong-based Crypto Exchange to Use London Stock Exchange's (LSE) Trading Software

The London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSEG) has reportedly decided to sell some of its proprietary trading technology to the ATOM Group, a Hong Kong-registered multinational fintech firm. According to the announcement’s press release, the ATOM Group is planning to use LSEG’s trading software for its cryptoasset exchange (called AAX). The integration of LSEG Technology's “Millennium Exchange” platform is scheduled to completed during the first half of this year. Notably, AAX is the world’s first digital currency exchange that will be built on LSEG’s trading platform.
Source: Crypto Globe

SingularityNET & HARA to Help Indonesian Farmers Improve Their Business with AI, Blockchain

SingularityNET, a decentralized network for “creating, sharing, and monetizing” artificial technology (AI) services, has partnered with HARA, a firm that use blockchain technology to help it make “better data-driven decisions”, to provide AI-enabled crop diagnosis to farmers in Indonesia. The joint initiative between SingularityNET and HARA was announced at the World Web Forum in Zürich, Switzerland. According to HARA’s official website, the Indonesian firm aims to help farmers increase their income by managing critical information on a blockchain-based data management and verification system. The information may include details about soil quality, land ownership, and grain price.
Source: Crypto Globe