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Blockchain Fintech Firm BitBond Joins German Bank Association Bankenverband

Bitbond, a Germany-based firm that provides blockchain enabled tokenization services, announced on Tuesday that it had become a member of the German bank association Bankenverband.  DisclosureThe leader in blockchain news, CryptoX is a media outlet that strives for the highest journalistic standards and abides by a strict set of editorial policies.

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Ontology Partners With German Startup to Accelerate Supply Chain Identity Solutions

Ontology recently partnered with German digital identity and cloud wallet provider, Spherity, to collaborate on expediting development on digital identity solutions for products and enterprises.The partnership will see Spherity’s Cloud-Edge wallet integrate with Ontology’s (ONT) blockchain, and allow Ontology to use Spheriy’s Decentralized Digital Identity solutions.The two firms will work

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German Bank Partners With Singapore Fintech Consortium on Blockchain

Ten31, the FinTech arm of Germany’s WEG Bank, has partnered with Singaporean technology incubator, Anquan Capital.While the entities have yet to detail the specific projects they’ll work together on, a press release announced that the partnership will involve exploring blockchain applications within the context of banking and financial services.Anquan Capital

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German Security Token Platform to Develop a Custody Solution

German security token offering (STO) platform Black Manta Capital Partners partnered with local digital asset custody firm Finoa to develop institutional security token custody.According to an announcement shared with Cryptox on May 4, the cooperation aims to develop a regulated security token custody solution explicitly aimed at institutional investors, high

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German Bank to Offer Tokenized Securities Based on Stellar

One of the oldest banks in Europe is developing a special-purpose euro stablecoin that can facilitate private placements in tokenized securities. Munich-based Bank von der Heydt, established in 1754, announced Monday it had partnered with blockchain financial services provider Bitbond to help integrate tokenization into its established securitization platform.The partnership

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40 German Banks Seek Regulator’s Green Light to Offer Bitcoin Custody

On the heels of new Anti-Money Laundering laws, several German banks are reported to be seeking regulators’ go-ahead to offer digital assets services. Local newspaper Handelsblatt reported on Feb. 7 that Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) is dealing with a cascade of applications from 40 banks seeking to become

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Waves Launched a Non-Profit Association Under German Law

According to a Feb. 3 press release, open source blockchain platform Waves established a non-profit organization called Waves Association in Frankfurt, Germany to provide effective governance for its own ecosystem, Web3, and to foster the development of DLTs, including public and private blockchain protocols. Uniting six countries The Waves Association will

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German Stock Exchange Plans International Digital Asset ‘Ecosystem’ Through New Partnership With SBI

German stock exchange owner Boerse Stuttgart Group and Japanese financial giant SBI Group are teaming up on a joint initiative to expand their digital assets businesses internationally.The two firms said in a press release on Friday that they will establish a partnership in Europe and Asia, including Japan, with the

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