Browsing the "we.trade" Tag

Trade Finance Blockchain Marco Polo Pilots First Russia-Germany Transactions

| Ian Allison

Marco Polo, the trade finance blockchain with over 20 global banks on board, is piloting its first trading arrangement between Germany and Russia.

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 we.trade, a blockchain-based trade finance platform.

R3’s Marco Polo Trade Blockchain Takes Another Step Toward Production

| Ian Allison

The trade finance blockchain platform has passed another milestone in its development, with a successful pilot of real-time payment triggers.

We.Trade Co-Founder Mancone Is Leaving the Enterprise Blockchain Firm

| Ian Allison

Roberto Mancone is leaving we.trade, the live trade finance blockchain platform which he helped grow into a legal entity comprising 14 banks.

The First Live Enterprise Blockchain Sets Sights on Every Area of Global Trade

| Ian Allison

Trade finance DLT platform we.trade is seeking partnerships with other networks, with TradeLens and Tradeshift as prime candidates.

Deutsche Telekom, Alibaba Cloud, Citi Join Hyperledger Blockchain Project

| Nikhilesh De

Hyperledger has added 16 new members, including Deutsche Telekom, Europe's biggest telecommunications provider and Alibaba's cloud computing…

Banks Take Sides as Blockchain Trade Finance Race Heats Up

| Ian Allison

NatWest, part of Royal Bank of Scotland, has joined Marco Polo, a blockchain consortium started by R3 and trade finance specialist TradeIX.

hsbc, bank

HSBC Exec Warns ‘Digital Islands’ Could Inhibit Blockchain Trade

| Ian Allison

Blockchains should do for the global value chain what shipping containers did for transport of goods, says HSBC trade finance expert Vinay Mendonca.

Not a Consortium: Banks Form For-Profit Entity for Blockchain Supply Chain

| Michael del Castillo

A group of banks is charting forward a new course for how to design a blockchain venture – and this time it's seeking for-profit benefits.