Articles with tag: smart contracts

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Cypherium challenges CBDC incompatibility via its mainnet

News | Cryptocurrencies | 10 Nov 2020

Cypherium, an enterprise-focused blockchain platform facilitating interoperability between blockchains and Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs), has shipped its mainnet.

CBDC, payments interoperability, central banks, payments, blockchain, smart contracts, CypherBFT, Cypherium

The Bayesian Group acquires Money Button to offer digital wallet solution

News | Cryptocurrencies | 01 Oct 2020

UK-based fintech Bayesian Group has announced the acquisition of crypto non-custodial wallet Money Button.

Bayesian Group, Money Button, digital wallet, blockchain, smart contracts, mergers and acquisitions, acquisition, UK, Europe, EMEA

Digital Deal Making platform launches to resolve SME financing gap

News | Cryptocurrencies | 21 Jul 2020

Maksab, a deal making digital platform, has officially launched to support the Small and Medium Sized sector.

Ethereum blockchain, smart contracts, advisors, finance, Maksab, SMEs, growth capital, virtual environment, ERC-20 smart contract

Currency.com granted licence from the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission

News | Cryptocurrencies | 07 Jul 2020

Currency.com, a regulated crypto assets platform, has received a new distributed ledger technology licence from the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC).

Currency.com, ICO, smart contracts, distributed ledger technology, cryptocurrency, FX, Gibraltar Financial Services Commission

Billon launches blockchain PoC project with Tauron

News | Cryptocurrencies | 12 May 2020

Billon Digital Services, a fully owned subsidiary of Billon Group, has been testing blockchain storage and delivery of contracts for Tauron, an electricity provider based in Poland.

blockchain, DLT, smart contracts, automation, Poland, document management

Brunei Shell Petroleum to use GEP procurement software

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 08 Jan 2020

US-based procurement software provider GEP has announced that Brunei Shell Petroleum has signed a contract for SMART by GEP.

GEP, Brunei Shell Petroleum, e-procurement, procure-to-pay, invoice processing, e-invoicing, smart contracts, spend analysis, savings tracking, sourcing, supplier management, US, United States

CaixaBank adds we.trade platform to its services

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 06 Jan 2020

Spain-based CaixaBank has announced the addition of the digital trade platform we.trade to its service catalogue for companies.

CaixaBank, Spain, bank, we.trade, blockchain-based foreign technology platform, blockchain, trade finance, smart contracts, e-invoicing, trading transactions, trading operations, blockchain technology

Ripple's Xpring strategically invests in Flare Networks

News | Cryptocurrencies | 06 Nov 2019

Flare Networks has received a strategic investment from Ripple’s initiative to build an ecosystem around the XRP Ledger (XRPL), Xpring

Flare Networks, investment, Ripple, Xpring, smart contracts, stablecoin, digital assets, cryptocurrency

Smart contracts can clear up Standing Settlement Instructions confusion

Voice of the Industry | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 18 Sep 2019

Jan Dings, senior product manager at SWIFT, discusses the co-operative’s smart contract-based SSI solution, which will be demoed at Sibos 2019 on Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Jan Dings, SWIFT, Sibos, Standing Settlement Instructions, payments, smart contracts, distributed ledger technology

Interview with Rabobank on the latest developments in we.trade and trade finance

Interviews | Cryptocurrencies | 12 Sep 2019

The Paypers interviewed Chris Huls, Blockchain Lead at Rabobank, to learn about the latest developments in we.trade and trade finance as a whole

Chris Huls, blockchain, trade finance, we.trade, Rabobank, smart contracts, finance, SEPA, SWIFT, DLT

Coinbase to supporting Tezos trading in August

News | Cryptocurrencies | 31 Jul 2019

Cryptocurrency platform Coinbase has announced it is onboarding the cryptocurrency Tezos (XTZ) to its professional trading platform, Coinbase Pro.

Coinbase, Tezos, trading, cryptocurrency, digital assets, onboarding, smart contracts, proof of stake

Ramp raises EUR 1 mln to offer P2P fiat onramp

News | Cryptocurrencies | 12 Jul 2019

Poland-based startup that offers fiat to crypto onramp service, Ramp, has announced that it is raising EUR 1 million in a pre-seed round.

Ramp, P2P, fiat, smart contracts, Poland, Europe, centralised custodial wallet, decentralised wallet, wire transfers, bank account, startup, API

IMF, World Bank reveal quasi-crypto and private blockchain tech

News | Cryptocurrencies | 16 Apr 2019

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank have teamed up to launch a private blockchain and a so-dubbed quasi-cryptocurrency.

IMF, World Bank, launch, cryptocurrency, blockchain, quasi crypto, coin, crypto assets, smart contracts, money laundering, transparency

Johnson & Johnson, Roche, Unilever join blockchain-based data sharing network

News | Cryptocurrencies | 09 Apr 2019

Johnson & Johnson, Roche, Unilever have joined Ocean Protocol, a data sharing platform powered by blockchain.

Johnson, Roche, Unilever, blockchain, data sharing, consumer privacy, smart contracts, tokens, retailing, Ocean Protocol

IBM purchases blockchain testing service

News | Cryptocurrencies | 06 Mar 2019

IBM’s X-Force Red, a security team focusing on hacking software in order to discover and mitigate vulnerabilities, has launched a blockchain testing service.

IBM, blockchain, test service, Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, smart contracts, online payments, transactions, supply chains, legal services, distributed ledgers, database, public key, hyperledgers

Facebook hires the team behind blockchain company Chainspace

News | Cryptocurrencies | 05 Feb 2019

Facebook has hired the team behind Chainspace, a small blockchain startup founded by researchers from University College London, according to Cheddar.

Facebook, smart contracts, crypto payments, stablecoin, blockchain, distributed ledger technology, DLT, Chainspace

Blockchain startup Symbiont closes USD 20 million funding round

News | Cryptocurrencies | 24 Jan 2019

Symbiont, an enterprise blockchain startup, has closed a USD 20 million Series-B funding round led by Nasdaq Ventures.

Symbiont, blockchain, funding, financial markets, Nasdaq, smart contracts, exchanges, clearing houses

Sberbank, REGION settle a smart contract-ruled repo transaction using NSDs Infrastructure

News | Payments General | 07 Dec 2018

Sberbank and REGION Group have settled the first Russian law-governed repo transaction using Hyperledger Fabric 1.2.

Sberbank, blockchain, smart contracts, Russia, NSD, Hyperledger Fabric, repo transaction

dltledgers launches SaaS trade finance blockchain platform

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 20 Nov 2018

Singapore-based technology provider dltledgers has launched its Software as a Service platform with 124 trading partners in production.

dltledgers, product launch, Singapore, SaaS, trade finance, B2B payments, blockchain platform, distributed ledger technology, blockchain transaction, blockchain trade finance platform, digital Bill of Lading, smart contracts, end-to-end payments

Ripples XRP price influenced by CEO announcements at Singapore Fintech Festival

News | Cryptocurrencies | 14 Nov 2018

Ripple’s cryptocurrency XRP has spiked 4%, gaining ground on Ethereum as the world’s second-biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, according to Forbes.

Ripple, Singapore, cryptocurrency, XRP, distributed ledger, smart contracts, faster payments, banking, cross border payments