Blockchain Finance Solutions

Blockchain enables new and innovative solutions – notably tokenisation and consortium networks – which offer enhanced value for organisations and consumers by improving operational inefficiencies and reducing risk and liability.

 

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Project i2i

Partnering with UnionBank, we developed a payment network on Enterprise Ethereum connecting Philippines rural banks and non-banks, allowing for domestic remittances and driving financial inclusion in remote islands of the country not covered by the national electronic payment network.

 

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1X

Currently (fast-growing) businesses, have limited fundraising options and access to liquidity. The conventional channels are expensive or admin-heavy IPOs or M&As.

We partnered with CapBridge, a strategic partner and investee of Singapore Stock Exchange to build 1exchange (1X) - new venture focused on tokenisation and trading of private equity on public Ethereum Blockchain, offering businesses a way to partially list and access liquidity.

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Project Kokha

Learn how we built a proof of concept grounded in real world performance, confidentiality requirements, and diverse bank hardware on the blockchain without a single point of failure. Find out how central banks can increase the resiliency of interbank payment systems while maintaining or reducing the overall cost of those systems.

 

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Unblocked Cash

We partnered with Sempo to design/deploy an Ethereum-based Cash Transfer Program for Oxfam, connecting disaster victims with “cash” aid. Faster, while providing real-time visibility over flow of funds.

 

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Komgo

See how we are bringing commodity trade finance into the 21st century by optimising financing processes and accelerating industry operations with digitised transactions and a trusted source of documents to reduce fraud. 

 

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