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MiFID II requirements do not align with U.S. practices governing the exchange of commissions for execution and research, as permitted by Section 28(e) of the Securities Act of 1934. But there is an opportunity to optimize operations and the benefits from both MiFID II and Section 28(e) using a token, smart contract and blockchain-based research platform that, in turn, satisfies the requirements and enables the desirable benefits of both regulatory regimes.

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