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It’s simple, it’s so simple, it’s just a digital representation of real gold. The most exciting thing about RMG is that it’s live, it’s out there, it’s working.
And while the blockchain – which was created in partnership with financial market giant CME Group using wallet startup BitGo’s technology – is not yet open to the public, it has currently verified more than 50,000 blocks, Robinson said.
In her eyes, the blockchain could help manage smaller amounts (such as a single ounce) of gold, which some believe would lower the barrier to entry for potential gold investors and increase the liquidity of the market.
Robinson also used her talk at the blockchain event to hint at the Royal Mint’s broader initiatives.
For one, she revealed that the launch of a blockchain-based bullion trading platform was imminent. And touched on the fact that the RMG platform could someday be used to accommodate requests to prove the provenance of gold and, even more broadly, in the provisioning of collateral of global trades.
Currently the Royal Mint is in discussions with potential partners and traders, though Robinson didn’t give a specific date the platform would launch.
Robinson minced no words when describing the impact she believes the blockchain will have on gold trading:
We think RMG is the start of a global revolution. We think it’s a bit of a game changer.
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