On Aug. 1 private companies incorporated in Delaware might be able to start issuing and tracking shares of stock on a distributed ledger.

The new system, in which companies and shareholders could enjoy the benefits of electronic trading while retaining direct ownership of their shares, would be established thanks to an amendment currently making its way through Delaware's state legislature.

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