Partnership announced between #dltledgers and banking solutions provider, Grover. #dltledgers partnership news Banking solutions provider, Grover (formerly Kris FinSoftware), and #dltledgers recently announced a partnership to accelerate the adoption of enterprise...
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has prepared a guidance paper on the impact of Covid-19 on trade finance transactions subject to ICC rules, which may be useful in helping us determine how global supply chains are affected by the pandemic, inevitably affecting our businesses and their processes as well.
Global agriculture supply chain partners make cross-continent commodity trade transaction via blockchain
Cargill and Agrocorp, in partnership with Rabobank and other logistics partners, have completed a cross-continent commodity trade transaction of wheat from North America to Southeast Asia on a blockchain platform provided by Singapore-based dltledgers.
Freshstack Technologies, the company behind FarmFirst, India’s leading agri-commodities marketplace, announced today that it will be adopting blockchain technology to allow end-to-end digital trading for its 23,000 farmers and commodity traders.
Blockchain platform dltledgers partners with GeTS to speed up cross-border trade in response to COVID-19
Singapore, 14th April, 2020 – dltledgers, Singapore’s leading blockchain platform for cross-border trade execution, and Global eTrade Services (GeTS), a global trade platform company, have inked a formal partnership agreement to help their respective customers deal...
Blockchain startup dltledgers processes more than $3 billion in trade finance 3 days ago - Enterprise blockchain news Original article by Nicky Morris Nine months ago, we wrote that Singapore startup dltledgers had processed more than $1 billion in trade finance via...
New platform eliminates complex paper shuffling in commodity trading and enhances sustainability Written by Geoff Spencer, Microsoft Asia Writer 13 January, 2020 - news.microsoft Look inside your fridge and the chances are you’ll find food from all over the world. We...
Singapore, 20th March 2020 – Singapore-backed blockchain platform, dltledgers, has officially launched in MENA (Middle East and North Africa). The company supports regular trades flowing into, out of, or through the region, so the company’s executive team has...
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Singapore’s fintech firms raised more venture capital in the first nine months of 2019 than in all of 2018. No wonder, then, that senior banking figures are flocking towards tech firms.
Trade finance, essentially, is the bridge between an exporter’s shipment of goods and the importer’s payment against it. Bankers on either side work on the documents and/or finance the transaction on an interim basis. Since a bulk of trade finance transactions are cross-border, information – such as real-time shipping data and credit history – is limited.
Today, development finance institution Eastern and Southern Trade and Development Bank (TDB) said it carried out a blockchain trade finance transaction on dltledgers platform along with Singapore’s Agrocorp. The transaction involved a $22 million white cane sugar trade from Asia to Africa. For dltledgers this represented another milestone after it passed the $1 billion mark in transactions using its platform several months bank. The startup says its the first trade on its platform for Africa and the largest single transaction.
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