As the dust settles around a steady stream of positive blockchain buzz from major banks, a consensus on use cases that major institutions believe the technology can be applied to is beginning to e... Read More
Singapore's DBS Bank has reportedly partnered with multinational banking firm Standard Chartered to create a distributed ledger project for trade finance.
Bloomberg reports officials at both firms ... Read More
The bitcoin blockchain could hold the keys to reducing the cost of credit cards, money transfers and remittances, according to Standard Chartered chief innovation officer Anju Patwardhan.
In a new ... Read More
Insurance giant American International Group (AIG) and UK global bank Standard Chartered have completed a blockchain pilot designed to simplify some of most complicated insurance policies using a bloc... Read More
Insurance giant American International Group (AIG) and UK global bank Standard Chartered have completed a blockchain pilot designed to simplify some of the industry's most complicated insurance polici... Read More
85% Of Canadians Are 'Aware' Of Bitcoin, Says Bank of Canada
The number of Canadians who own bitcoin nearly doubled over the course of a year, according to the results of a newly-published survey by the Bank of Canada.
Dubbed the Bitcoin Omnibus Survey (BTCO
Shanghai Stock Exchange: New Regulation 'Crucial' to Clear Way for DLT
Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE), one of the world's largest securities trading venues by market capitalization, is eyeing the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT) in the securities market.
Cartier Owner Richemont Plans to Track Diamonds With Blockchain
Richemont, the Swiss luxury goods giant that owns Cartier, is turning to blockchain in a move aimed to bring transparency to its supply chain.
Jin Keyu, a renowned economist and an associate profes
Bank of Queensland Rules Out Crypto Purchases With Mortgage Funds
An Australian retail bank has revised its contract terms to prohibit borrowers from using loans such as mortgages to purchase cryptocurrency.
According a report from Australia Finance Review on Thu