SIX, the Swiss national stock exchange group, is working on creating its own stablecoin pegged to the Swiss franc.
Russia’s National Settlement Depository will launch its long-awaited digital asset ledger next month – 5,000 kilometers away from its Moscow HQ.
Calastone, a transactions network for the mutual funds industry, has now moved to its own blockchain-based settlement system.
SprinkleXchange, a Bahrain-basedstock exchange built with blockchain tech, is reportedly listing its first company next month.
Around a dozen banks are said to be spending $50 million to build a blockchain-based digital cash settlement system, according to Reuters.
The World Bank says its new debt instrument “bond-i” is the first bond to have both issuance and trading recorded on a blockchain.
Polymath is partnering with Charles Hoskinson to build a blockchain network specifically designed to support security tokens.
Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, Boerse Stuttgart, now offers trading in XRP and litecoin-based ETNs issued by XBT Provider.
Capital markets startup Nivaura has developed a floating rate bond using blockchain tech, and it’s already being tested by Santander and LeasePlan.
A prospectus for a new bitcoin and ether-based exchange-traded fund has just been filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
ABN Amro, Standard Chartered and around 50 other firms have participated in tests of Voltron, a trade finance platform built with R3’s Corda.
The Australian Securities Exchange now has a customer testing environment for its blockchain-based clearing and settlement system, due in 2021.
Crypto mining and exchange startup Bcause is weeks away from launching a spot trading market for bitcoin, ether, bitcoin cash and litecoin.
Swiss stock exchange SIX could issue a token on its planned digital assets exchange in 2020, according to its head of securities and exchanges.
Blockchain infrastructure firm SETL, which filed for insolvency in March, is back as a new entity formed by its management team.
The London Stock Exchange is waiting to see which blockchain use cases gain traction before taking the plunge itself, CEO Nikhil Rathi has said.
After bitcoin and ether, Nasdaq is now adding an index for the world’s third-largest cryptocurrency, XRP, to its global data service.
Online stock brokerage E*Trade is preparing to launch cryptocurrency trading services, according to Bloomberg sources.
SeedInvest, the equity crowdfunding platform owned by crypto startup Circle, just got a license to facilitate trading of traditional securities.
Genesis Global Trading’s cryptocurrency lending arm continues to grow, even as the number of short sellers dwindles.