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Stuttgart Exchange to launch zero-fee crypto exchange

The Stuttgart Exchange Group and the banking institute SolarisBank are joining forces to create infrastructure for a zero-fee crypto exchange. Read more: www.ccn.com

Bitwala to open cryptobank with support from solarisBank

Bitwala and solarisBank are teaming up to launch Germany's first cryptocurrency bank account. Read more: www.finextra.com

Germany-based CrossLend receives €14m investment

Germany-based CrossLend, a loan securitisation solution, has received a €14m investment. Read more: fintech.global

SolarisBank strengthens executive board

solarisBank, the tech platform with a full banking license, is strengthening its executive board with high-profile recruits with the Read more: www.finextra.com

solarisBank, CrossLend partner to automate loan securitisation

CrossLend and solarisBank have formed a strategic partnership to offer digital and fully automated loan securitisation. Read more: fintech.global

solarisBank launches blockchain factory

solarisBank has launched a blockchain factory to form a technological and regulatory bridge between banking and blockchain. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

solarisBank launches Blockchain Factory to become leader in crypto, blockchain market...

Germany-based solarisBank has launched Blockchain Factory, in a bid to the lead banking support for the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. Read more: fintech.global

Alior Bank, solarisBank, Raisin, Mastercard team to launch new digital bank

Alior Bank has teamed with solarisBank, Raisin and Mastercard to launch a new pan-European digital bank. Read more: fintech.global

solarisBank beefs up compliance processes through Clarus.io deal

Berlin-based FinTech company solarisBank has formed a partnership with Israeli RegTech startup Clarus.io.

Fintech solarisBank aims to add 50 partners in 2018

EXCLUSIVE - Known as one of the first technology companies in Europe to procure a German banking license, solarisBank has lofty ambitions for 2018. Read more: bankinnovation.net