Global Banking Giant HSBC Launches Tokenization-Based Receivables System for India

Major global banking group HSBC has implemented tokenization technology into its receivables infrastructure for corporate clients in India, according to an announcement on June 18.

The British multinational financial services company has reportedly launched its Digital Accounts Receivable Tool (HSBC DART), based on tokenization technology developed by Australian blockchain-powered Fintech company Identitii Ltd.,

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Banking on Blockchain: World Bank Unpacks Launch of ‘BONDI’ Bond With Australia’s CBA

It’s been close to 10 years since Bitcoin came into existence, and in that time, major financial institutions have slowly come to grips with blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.

Some have taken to the industry quicker than others, and some have outright turned their backs on the thought of using or investing in cryptocurrencies.

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Banking Giant Trials Blockchain for Issuance of Land-Backed Loans

The Agricultural Bank of China (ABC), one of the world’s largest banks by total assets, has completed the issuance of a loan worth $300,000 using a blockchain system.

The bank tested the technology for the first time in one of its branches in China’s Guizhou province which issued a loan backed by a piece of agricultural land as collateral,

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Chinese Banking Giant Trials Blockchain to Issue Land-Backed Loans

The Agricultural Bank of China (ABC), one of the world’s largest banks by total assets, has completed the issuance of a loan worth $300,000 using a blockchain system.

The bank tested the technology for the first time in one of its branches in China’s Guizhou province which issued a loan backed by a piece of agricultural land as collateral,

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India's Supreme Court Pushes Crypto Banking Ban Hearing to September

A Supreme Court decision on the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) efforts to bar cryptocurrency firms from receiving banking services will have to wait – for now.

A final hearing on the ban’s merits has been deferred to September 11, local news outlet Inc42 reported Friday. The panel of judges overseeing the case want all arguments and submissions from both the RBI and the ban’s critics to be submitted by that day.

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