The platform is already available for all corporate clients of the bank
One of the leading banking conglomerates in Europe, Societe Generale, announced that we.trade, the first blockchain-based trade finance platform, is now available to all clients in France.
Societe Generale and 12 other European banks began working together in 2017 on a project aiming to make domestic and international trades easier. Previously named Digital Trade Chain, this project led to the creation of the joint-venture company we.trade in February 2018.
In association with IBM, a blockchain-based platform was created to offer clients time and money savings as compared to the previously available solutions based on paper documents exchanges.
Today, Societe Generale announces that all corporate clients based in France have now access to we.trade, the most advanced platform for digitalizing, securing and financing corporate trades.
By connecting to we.trade, clients of the consortium of banks, both buyers and sellers, agree on the terms of a transaction. Upon agreement by both parties, the transaction is undertaken with every event being tracked on the blockchain. When all conditions are met, the buyer’s bank automatically triggers the associated payment.
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