Crypto Finance, InCore Bank and Inacta have joined forces to create regulated financial products on Tezos.
The Swiss National Bank tested the feasibility of CBDCs in 2020.
BBVA said the service will be available only to clients in Switzerland because of the country's clear regulations and the widespread adoption of digital assets.
Fully backed by ADA and DOT, the products are listing on the Nordic Growth Market.
An integration with crypto firm Taurus will bring a variety of digital assets to Temenos’ banking and institutional clients.
The company’s application to list a bitcoin ETF in the U.S. is currently being reviewed by the SEC.
Switzerland's financial regulator has greenlighted Taurus' digital securities platform and is now expected to launch next month.
FINMA cited money-laundering defense "weaknesses" as one reason for the license denial.
The licensed Swiss firm claims to be the first regulated bank to offer returns on its own stablecoin.
Clients will be able to trade crypto assets and use a custody service based in Switzerland.
Bordier & Cie clients will be able to buy, hold and trade digital assets such as bitcoin, ethereum, bitcoin cash and tezos.
Local firm Bitcoin Suisse has partnered with the canton of Zug, converting cryptocurrency tax payments into Swiss francs.
Biggs is an associate fellow at the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, guest lecturing on blockchain technology and digital assets.
Regulated crypto banks SEBA and Sygnum each issued tokenized securities to mark the occasion.
In effect from today, Switzerland's new blockchain law allows Sygnum to freely issue tokenized assets, starting with investable wines.