In recent months the use of blockchain has garnered support from major financial institutions around the world. Banks that have merrily hopped onto the blockchain bandwagon include big names like UBS, Santander, Westpac Banking Corp, PNC, YES Bank, Axis Bank and Standard Chartered, among others.

Even firms like American Express, Deloitte and Accenture are researching the exciting opportunities that blockchain provides.

Dragon are a prime example of how blockchain technology can offer a remittance ecosystem that is based on zero-trust, reliability, transparency and high efficiency.

Dragon Blockchain is transforming traditional remittance through the provision of cutting-edge solutions and opening people's minds to the opportunities it affords.
Blockchain technology has the power to revolutionize almost all aspects of human endeavour and can transform the most rigid of sectors that have stayed almost aloof to technological advancements.

Take the global entertainment sector, for instance. While technology has changed the way games are played, music is made and gaming is experienced, we have still not witnessed any change in the payment systems and in the strict enforcement of contracts that protect the interests of artists/players/gamers and gives fans a worthwhile experience. Dragon seeks to change this with its proprietary blockchain solution.

Dragon is a high-tech company focused on changing traditional finance. It seeks to provide fast, secure and friction less payment systems to transform the entertainment industry.  Dragon Coin (DRG) will be at the centre of a financial ecosystem that will seek to integrate the global entertainment industry.

Dragon has also created a dedicated exchange – the Dragon Exchange (DRGx) – that  addresses the shortcomings and challenges of the cryptosphere with a fast, safe, secure and reliable platform for trading cryptocurrencies and to act as a conduit to the global entertainment industry.

These are exciting times when Dragon Blockchain solutions become widely adopted and it will be interesting to see the transition from legacy systems that are becoming cumbersome by the day to fast and secure decentralized technologies.