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Credit Bank of Moscow is looking for solutions to work with NFT

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The representative of the MKB bank said that the financial institution is interested in original solutions based on blockchain technology and NFT

Credit Bank of Moscow (MCB) is interested in original blockchain-based solutions. Alexander Fedenko, head of innovative solutions at MKB, spoke about this in an interview with Invest Foresight.

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According to Fedenko, the bank is also eyeing the market for non-fungible tokens (NFT).

“We are looking for original solutions in which the very scenario of using blockchain or digital assets for clients would be valuable,” said Fedenko.

At the same time, the ICB still wants to move away from purely tokens and “look in a completely different direction.” For example, it can be solutions that will allow clients to work with NFT, Fedenko noted.

This approach is consistent with the bank’s global strategy to improve customer engagement. Fedenko stressed. that the company intends to look for solutions related to the digitalization of products and services, as well as everything related to solving client problems.

“Whatever terms they call it – customer journey, customer experience – it is obvious: the business is transforming in this direction, trying to build on the needs and needs of the customer. And if five years ago the product approach was typical, today it is fading into the background. ”

The MKB started talking about the blockchain after the launch of the MKB Reactor acceleration program. As part of the initiative, the bank will select 10-15 projects. For each of them, MKB will allocate 1 million rubles for pilot testing.

Read also: Almost 12% of Russians invest in cryptocurrency – research

Previously, Tinkoff Bank was interested in cryptocurrencies. We will remind, the head of the parent company of the TCS Group bank Oliver Hughes said that the bank is ready to allow qualified investors to trade cryptocurrency.

For example, according to Hughes, professional investors who know what they are doing and assess the risks are interested in a new asset class. However, while the initiative is hindered by the “tough position” of the Central Bank (CB) of the Russian Federation.

We will remind, earlier it became known that the regulator intends to prevent unqualified investors from investing in cryptocurrency. According to the first deputy chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, Sergei Shvetsov, the regulator is “skeptical” about the idea of ​​buying cryptocurrencies for investment purposes. Why bankers questioned the benefits of the digital ruble for Russians – read the special material of the BeInCrypto editorial staff.

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