Long a target of blockchain disruptors, the ultimate banking middleman, Swift, is looking to re-position itself as part of the fight against hackers.
Swift has revealed new details of its banking-focused blockchain proof-of-concept that already has a number of notable partners participating.
Financial messaging giant Swift may have introduced new payments tech, but bitcoin startups still feel confident about their role in the industry.
A consortium of 47 banks has completed a distributed ledger technology pilot spearheaded by SBI Ripple Asia.
Swift plans hopes banks will sign up for its developing blockchain program after it issues criteria guidelines.
While Swift is bullish on its explorations of blockchain, it has sidestepped the tech in its new cross-border payments service, unveiled today.
Noelle Acheson tells us why last week gave a glimpse of how blockchain tech will go mainstream.
Swift's newest blockchain project is aimed at improving the management of its so-called nostro accounts for cross-border payment.
The Swift exec says he's not worried about being disintermediated by blockchain tech, on the contrary, the firm's trialing apps with it.
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