Saturday, December 3, 2022

Blockchain used to solve KYC issues for banking consortium

Data stored centrally in a single location is a problem inherent to any database. Read more: www.thefintechtimes.com

Blockchain: a real opportunity for retail financial services

As younger generations look to their mobile devices to carry out payments and other transactions, the brick and mortar bank will begin to resemble a by-gone age. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Blockchain confidentiality a major concern for financial institutions

In a new report, Greenwich Associates has discussed security concerns of the financial institutions with regard to the blockchain technology. Read more: www.econotimes.com

Australia in strong global blockchain position

Australia is well positioned to take advantage of emerging blockchain technology. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

TAO brings blockchain to Boogie Shack Music Group

The cryptocurrency-based smart contract DAO platform specialising in offering solutions to the music industry has announced its latest partnership. Read more: www.prnewswire.com

Blockchain could be ‘revolutionary’ to this $2tn problem

Blockchain could be "revolutionary" for trade, HSBC has told CNBC, after the bank unveiled a partnership with BOAML to trial the technology. Read more: www.cnbc.com

France’s Central Bank wants to work with more blockchain startups

France’s central bank is opening up a new innovation lab, with an eye to collaborate with blockchain startups. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Blockstream buys Euro bitcoin wallet business Green Address

Cryptocurrency technology business Blockstream has bought European bitcoin wallet software provider Green Address to increase the reach of its platform.

Barclays and Wave carry out first blockchain trade transaction

Barclays has partnered with FinTech startup Wave to carry out what it claims in the first global trade transaction using blockchain technology. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Standard Chartered explores blockchain viability

Standard Chartered has compiled a report questioning whether blockchain could disrupt the European Central Bank’s (ECB) Target2Securities (T2S) project. Read more:: www.bankingtech.com

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