Santander has launched a new app that lets people transfer money
internationally using blockchain technology, the cutting-edge
database protocol that underpins bitcoin.
The main benefits... Read More
"We have internally identified 20 to 25 use cases where this technology can be applied," Mariano Belinky, head of Santander InnoVentures told Business Insider at MoneyConf in Belfast this wee... Read More
The bank is also working on a "proof of concept" using Ripple's technology for international payments and the technology could be rolled-out to customers to allow "international payments in rea... Read More
banks are writing off bitcoin while focusing on the underlying
He adds... Read More
BNY Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Santander, and UBS – the latter of which first disclosed its work on a so-called "settlement coin" last year – are hoping to launch a commercial-grade blockchain sy... Read More
Ethereum Scaling Solution Raiden Releases Last Testnet Before Launch
A new test network has been launched for Raiden, the ethereum payments channel project.
Announced at the Dappcon developer conference in Berlin on Thursday, the release features a minimal implement
Malta Stock Exchange Inks Deals to Build Security Token Exchanges
MSX, the newly launched fintech arm of the Malta Stock Exchange, has inked several new deals aimed at creating new marketplaces for tokenized securities.
The newly inked deal sees MSX team up with
Ex-Trump Advisor Steve Bannon Is Making a Cryptocurrency
Steve Bannon, former chief strategist to U.S. President Donald Trump, confirmed that he wants to launch a cryptocurrency of his own.
Speaking to CNBC on Wednesday, the Breitbart co-founder said "th
Report: Blockchain Spending to Hit Nearly $12 Billion By 2022
A new report published by the International Data Corporation expects spending on blockchain solutions to increase annually at a growth rate of nearly 75 percent through 2022.
Dubbed the "Worldwide