More Digitalisation Ramblings


It's hard to know where to begin these days with so much happening. The links below highlight some of the more interesting developments we have seen recently.


Marco Polo ( - comprised of a group of the world's leading banks, together with trade finance technology specialist TradeIX and enterprise software firm R3, are piloting their trade finance solution leveraging distributed ledger technology following a successful proof-of-concept.


Evergreen Line has introduced a paperless Bill of Lading and dispatch documentation, integrating with Bolero's electronic Bill of Lading solution.


Hong Kong and Singapore's de facto central banks have unveiled plans to link trade finance platforms they are developing with blockchain technology, to reduce potential fraud and errors in the multitrillion-dollar funding of international trade.


Batavia advances the work initiated by UBS and IBM to develop a trade finance platform built on the IBM Blockchain Platform powered by the Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain framework.


The Digital Trade Chain initiative has been renamed A shared platform using distributed ledger technology (DLT) for domestic and cross-border commerce.


Infosys Finacle launched a blockchain-based trade finance solution for banks.


Accuity integrated its financial crime screening solutions with Corda - R3's financial grade distributed ledger technology (DLT) platform.




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