Banco Santander, S.A., which also goes by Santander Group, is the largest financial credit institution in Spain. Besides Spain, the bank has leading positions in the United Kingdom and in some Latin American countries. The main office of Santander Bank is headquartered in Madrid, Spain. In the United States, Santander conducts business as Santander Consumer Bank. In 2016, Santander published research on the advantages and disadvantages of digital currency technologies and, in the beginning of 2018, it was announced that Santander launched blockchain-based application for providing international transactions. This event could be the first case of using blockchain technology in the banking system. The initial version of application was set to be launched in four countries and based on the Ripple blockchain.
The EIB has reportedly hired banks like Goldman Sachs and Société Générale to explore a digital bond registered and settled via blockchain.
European Investment Bank reportedly to issue bonds with blockchain tech
Massive retail bank Santander recently broadened compatible regions for its One Pay FX app in collaboration with Ripple.
Santander Adds Several Available Regions For App in Partnership With Ripple
A $5 million hack that has baffled investigators in Brazil was thwarted with assistance from local OTC trading desks.
OTC Exchanges Help Thwart $5M Bank Heist in Brazil
Major Spanish bank Santander is extending its Ripple-powered international payments system One Pay FX to Mexico in 2020.
Santander to Extend Ripple-Powered Payments Solution to Mexico This Year
Elliptic Discovery collects details of more than 200 crypto exchanges to enable banks to manage risks associated with crypto.
Elliptic Launches Tool to Connect Banks with Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Banco Santander has just performed an early redemption of the blockchain-based bond that was issued on Sept.10, 2019.
Santander Redeems $20M Bond Using Ethereum Blockchain
Coinbase-backed token issuance protocol Securitize completes a new funding round led by the VC arms of Banco Santander, MUFG and Nomura Holdings.
Major Banks Santander, MUFG Lead $14M Investment in Securitize