The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for a blockchain data provider to monitor risks, improve compliance and provide information about policies.
Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains are mandatory according to the requirements listed by the SEC, while Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, Zcash, EOS, NEO and XRP data are all preferred. In addition, as new blockchains become more prominent, the SEC will support them. Since the beginning of the transactions associated with the Blockchain want to follow the SEC for this is the question of which company to deal with.
Ayrıca SEC mümkünse hashing algoritmaları, hashing gücü, madencilik zorluğu ve ödüller, işlem miktarı ve büyüklüğü, token arzı ve blockchain büyüklüğü gibi başka meta veri ve zincir ölçümleri hakkında da bilgi sahibi olmak istiyor.
The data is expected to be provided directly by the vendor's own node for each blockchain using a secure, encrypted stream. The SEC also stated that the data should be presented with specific tools to confirm the accuracy and completeness and fulfill the requirements of the financial statement audit test.
The SEC will have a one-year contract with the company to cooperate for it.
Source: Blockchain Turkiye