Banco Santander S.A. is a spanish multinational commercial bank and financial services company based in Madrid and Santander in Spain.

Santander is a retail bank operating in 10 main markets that obtained an attributable profit of EUR 6,515 million in 2019.

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Santander Bank to Offer Loans Backed by Tokenised Crop Products
The Argentinian offshoot of Spanish multinational financial services company, Banco Santander, is on track to start offering a loan product to farmers with tokenized agricultural-based products.
Santander Blocks Payments by UK Account Holders to Binance
Spanish banking giant Santander follows Barclays to ban payments from UK customers to Binance cryptocurrency exchange.
G7 Bank Sector Higher Money Laundering Risk than Crypto Industry, Reports Mexico Financial Intelligence
According to a report released by the Financial Intelligence Unit of Mexico, the G7 banking sector was most at risk of money laundering operations.
Ripple’s Partner Santander Bank Won’t Use XRP for International Payments Due to Low Adoption
Santander Bank, a major European financial presence and one Ripple’s most prestigious partners is reportedly hesitating to add XRP to its international payments network - One Pay FX
IBM Joins Trade Finance Blockchain Platform We.Trade As New Shareholder
IBM has announced a new collaboration with blockchain-based trade finance platform, to enhance network capabilities and accelerate the global growth of the platform. was designed to connect buyers, sellers, banks, insurers, and other organizations in a network, simplifying cross-border trading. Built on the latest version of the IBM Blockchain Platform, IBM has been the platform’s technology partner since the beginning. was also the first enterprise blockchain consortium to go live, back in early 2018.
Argentina’s Central Bank Set to Prove Non-Crypto Use Cases of Blockchain Technology with its New Clearing System
The Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA) is now looking to test a blockchain-based clearing system to be used by the country’s major financial institutions. The aim of the blockchain clearing system is to provide efficiencies for fiat payments and enable them to be more reliable and to provide end-to-end traceability.

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