Articles with tag: carbon

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SFOX, UPA to make Universal Carbon globally accessible

News | Cryptocurrencies | 07 Jan 2021

US-based SFOX and Universal Protocol Alliance (UPA), a coalition of blockchain companies have announced a collaboration to work together to combat global climate change.

SFOX, UPA, partnership, Universal Carbon, blockchain, climate change, cryptocurrency, UPCO2, carbon tokens, REDD+, VCU

Greenly, Tink to track carbon footprint through banks

News | Payments General | 23 Dec 2020

Greenly, a carbon footprint tracking mobile app, has teamed up with the European Open Banking platform Tink to offer its mobile app throughout Europe.

open banking, open data, Tink, Greenly, partnership, France, carbon footprint, banks

Sugi, powered by Moneyhub's API, launches in the UK

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 18 Nov 2020

Sugi, an app that enables users to check the carbon impact of their investments, has launched.

Sugi, Moneyhub, API, UK, environmental data, carbon, Open Finance, data

HSBC to invest USD 1 tln in green financing by 2050, Reuters

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 12 Oct 2020

UK-based bank HSBC has aimed towards net zero carbon emissions across its entire customer base by 2050 and provide between USD 750 billion and USD 1 trillion in financing transition.

HSBC, green financing, Reuters, zero carbon emissions, financing, climate change, Europe, Asia, NatWest, UK, banks, lender

Morgan Stanley to share its climate impact

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 21 Jul 2020

US-based bank Morgan Stanley has announced plans to publicly disclose how much its loans and investments contribute to climate change.

Morgan Stanley, US, United States, bank, loans, investments, climate change, climate impact, financial regulators, fossil fuels, government policies, greenhouse gas emissions, Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials, financial company, financial institutions

Pan-African digital bank for Africans Carbon launches in Kenya

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 23 Dec 2019

Carbon, a consumer-facing lending platform by Nigerian parent company, OneFi, has announced its launch in Kenya.

Carbon, Nigeria, OneFi, Kenya, East Africa, TransUnion CRB, M-PESA, , digital-only banking platform, digital banking, Africa, utility bills, money transfer, minute loan services, cashback, loan top-ups, Amplify

Carbon, AppZone, Open Banking Nigeria team up for financial services

News | Payments General | 06 Sep 2019

Carbon, AppZone, and Open Banking Nigeria have collaborated for Application Programming Interface (API) standards for financial services in Nigeria.

Carbon, AppZone, Open Banking Nigeria, financial service, Nigeria

VMware to acquire cloud security companies valued at USD 5 billion

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 23 Aug 2019

VMware has bought two providers of cloud security and cloud developer services in separate deals valued at about USD 5 billion.

cloud computing, security, acquisition, VMware, cloud security, Pivotal Software, Dell Technologies, Carbon Black

BoI, Ulster Bank used in mln-worth tax fraud

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 07 May 2019

Irish banks and shell companies have been used in transactions worth millions of euro, involving individuals under investigation for tax fraud in Germany.

BoI, Ulster Bank, tax fraud, carbon credits, trading, Ireland, Germany, transactions, fraudsters, opaque markets, tax evasion, VAT, Europe, commercial chains

Basware Report proves e-invoicing can cut carbon emissions by 30%

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 21 Feb 2019

Finland-based e-invoicing company Basware has published a review of the climate impact of Basware e-invoicing services.

Basware, Finland, report, study, carbon emissions, e-invoicing, electroinic invoice, digitalization, B2B payments, Finland, Europe

Carbons stablecoin launched on EOS platform

News | Cryptocurrencies | 12 Nov 2018

Token developer Carbon has launched the US dollar-pegged crypto token CarbonUSD as the first stablecoin on the EOS platform.

Carbon, stablecoin, US, blockchain, crypto industry, tokens, fiat currency

USD 1.1 bln cryptocurrencies stolen in H1 2018

News | Cryptocurrencies | 08 Jun 2018

The cybersecurity company Carbon Black has revealed that roughly USD 1.1 billion worth of cryptocurrency was stolen in the first half of 2018.

cryptocurrencies, Carbon Black, crypto theft, cybercrime, dark web

Elbits Cyberbit to cater for commercial market security

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 14 Apr 2017

Cyberbit, a business arm of Elbit Systems, an Israeli defence electronics company, has announced plans to hone government security tech for the fast-growing commercial market.

Cyberbit, end point protection, Israel, security, fraud prevention, Carbon Black, FireEye, Elbit Systems