The Boston Fed Research Blockchain "Supervisory Node" will launch blockchain experiment related work this summer

According to CoinDesk, the Boston Fed recently published a white paper on Ethereum validation concepts and super-books, which proposes the idea of ​​establishing a supervisory node that is designed to connect all bank blockchains in the future. Regulatory tools. Paul Brassil, vice president of IT at the Boston Fed, said the Fed is ready for the next phase. The Boston Fed will begin to determine the direction of the blockchain experiment this summer, and there is no plan to publicly release the project.