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Kaleido Private Bank to Leverage InCore Bank’s Digital Asset Services

Kaleido Private Bank has selected banking service provider InCore Bank and IT service provider SOBACO to revamp its business processes as well as transaction banking. The boutique bank has also opted for the additional integration of InCore Bank’s Digital Asset

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Swiss Private Bank NPB Offers Incore Bank’s Digital Asset Banking Services

NPB Neue Privat Bank, a Zurich-based Swiss boutique private bank, announced that it is introducing InCore Bank‘s comprehensive digital asset banking services to its clients. With this partnership, NPB’s clients will now able to trade in major crypto currencies and

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Digital Asset Expert Daniel Diemers Joins Board of Directors of Incore Bank

InCore has appointed Dr. Daniel Diemers to its Board of Directors for his expertise in banking and digital assets. Daniel Diemers has been working as a strategy consultant for over 20 years and supports financial companies on their way into

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Swiss InCore Bank Integrates with Global Crypto Exchange Kraken

InCore Bank is now the first financial institution in Switzerland to offer banking services to Kraken clients. Kraken is among the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Europe according to its euro-based volume. With this integration, Kraken is offering clients another simple

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InCore Bank Launches Access to Digital Assets

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA has authorized InCore Bank AG, headquartered in Zurich-Schlieren, to expand its range of services with immediate effect to include brokerage, custody, transfer and generation of digital assets. InCore Bank is thus the first

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Forschungsprojekt: Blockchain als Basis für ausserbörslich gehandelte Aktien

Die Blockchain-Technologie ermöglicht neue Lösungsansätze in der Finanzwelt. Um solche Lösungen zu entwickeln und zu testen, hat sich ein Konsortium formiert, zu welchem auch die Schweizer Unternehmen InCore Bank, Inventx, SIX, Swisscom, ti&m und Zürcher Kantonalbank gehören. Als Fallbeispiel wird

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