Bison Bank’s crypto subsidiary partners with Sygnum to enter crypto market

Lisbon/Zurich, 17 January 2023 – Bison Digital Assets, Bison Bank’s crypto subsidiary licensed by Banco de Portugal, has partnered with Sygnum Bank to enter the global crypto market with...
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Sygnum launches first institutional crypto sector indices

Sygnum launches the first phase of its crypto sector investment strategy, a range of rules-based sector indices and tools designed to meet the evolving needs of institutional investors. Sygnum has...
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Sygnum expands its offering into Luxembourg, Europe’s largest fund market

Sygnum follows its in-principle approval in Abu Dhabi with expansion of its offering into Luxembourg and the launch of regulated, bank-grade crypto services. Since the regulatory clarifications...
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Sygnum awarded Abu Dhabi in-principle approval

Sygnum, the world’s first digital asset bank and first Swiss bank to open a hub in the metaverse, leverages its oversubscribed USD 90m Series B to expand internationally into Abu Dhabi’s...
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Sygnum Bank and Artemundi tokenise Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe artwork

Sygnum, the world’s first digital asset bank, and Artemundi, an art investment pioneer, have partnered to tokenise the Andy Warhol artwork Four Marilyns (Reversal). Warhol – a leading figure in...
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Sygnum looks to future and launches NFT issuance, consulting and custody

Sygnum, the world’s first digital asset bank, today launches a suite of specialised NFT services targeting professional creators, the ever-growing Web3 community as well as its banking clients....
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Sygnum launches RYSE Web3 growth hub

Sygnum announces the launch of the Sygnum RYSE growth hub to support Web3 startups. RYSE provides access to corporate banking, fundraising and mentoring – as well as an introduction to the Sygnum...
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Sygnum lead partner in Maker half-billion treasury diversification

Sygnum, the world’s first digital asset bank, has been chosen by Maker protocol as lead partner in USD half-billion treasury diversification into traditional assets to boost returns and further...
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Media giant T&B Media Global enters Metaverse with US$300m hybrid equity-NFT raise led by Sygnum

Sygnum, a digital asset technology group with a Swiss banking licence and a Singapore capital markets services (CMS) licence, announces it is partnering Thai media and entertainment group T&B...
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