Browsing the "Société Générale" Tag

Why French Lender SocGen Issued a $110 Million Ethereum Bond to Itself

| Nathan DiCamillo

Societe Generale has no plans to resell its $110 million ethereum bond, but future blockchain trials will involve external investors, an exec said.

trade, finance

Banking Giant UBS Goes Live on We.Trade Blockchain for Trade Finance

| Ian Allison

Swiss financial giant UBS has started full-fledged transactions on, a blockchain-based trade finance platform.

A Glimpse of Banking’s Future, Live on the Ethereum Blockchain

| Michael J Casey

Last week, Frenching bank Societe Generale revealed that it has issued a security token-like bond on ethereum. But rather than using a private…

Societe Generale-Owned Bank Launches Blockchain Exchange Note

| Yogita Khatri

Kleinwort Hambros, a Societe Generale-owned bank and wealth manager, has launched a Luxembourg-listed blockchain exchange-traded note.

Over 75 New Banks: JPMorgan Expands Blockchain Payments Trial

| Daniel Palmer

A blockchain payments trial launched by JPMorgan, Australia's ANZ and the Royal Bank of Canada has just gained over 75 new banks as participants.

oil pump, oklahoma sky

Shell, BP Among Energy Giants to Back Blockchain Trading Platform

| Brady Dale

Several major energy firms, including BP and Shell, are partnering on a new blockchain-based trading platform.

gas, oil

Natural Gas Pegged for Next ING, SocGen Blockchain Test

| Pete Rizzo

Two European banks are already planning a follow-up to a blockchain supply chain test announced in February.

fuel tanker, oil

Overtaking Banking in the Race to Blockchain

| Noelle Acheson

Blockchain progress in the energy industry could give banking applications a run for sector supremacy, CoinDesk's Noelle Acheson argues.

Major Banks Use Blockchain Prototype for Live Oil Trade

| Stan Higgins

Two major European banks have released the initial results of a blockchain prototype focused on oil trading.

Stock exchange screen

CME, London Stock Exchange Form Blockchain Settlement Group

| Stan Higgins

A group of banks, exchanges and clearing houses has formed a working body to discuss how blockchain tech might be used in settlement.