@dailyfintechrocks yes Nasdaq is experimenting with blockchain for private shares. Of course, they are keeping an eye to anybody that may disrupt their business.
T-zero is a platform that can host an exchange. Whether that proves to be the use case that scales T-zero, I dont know. Maybe the first use case comes from some SEC that is more focused on auditability and transapency.
T-zero is referenced as a private blockchain platform on their website. See, a Wired article on their site
Lykke has a BHA (Big Hairy Audacious) mission. I need more space-time to start explaining what I see. Whether they succeed or not, is all the excitment.