Ripple’s Open Distribution Layer (ODL) is now capable of facilitating payouts in 25 different payout markets, some of which include Singapore, Malaysia, Poland, Indonesia, and Thailand. FINCI is the latest company to join the ranks of others such as Navatti, Azimo, iRemit, FlashFX, Tranglo, Pyypla and SBI Remit.
Ripple & FINCI Cross Border Payments
Ripple, a company that specializes in enterprise blockchain and cryptocurrency solutions, has formed a partnership with FINCI, a Lithuanian online global payment provider, in order to expedite retail remittances and business-to-business (B2B) payments by utilizing Ripple’s On-Demand Liquidity (ODL), which utilizes XRP for crypto-enabled cross-border payments. FINCI is a provider of online international money transfers.
Together, the two financial technology companies will make it simpler for customers and companies to conduct real-time payments across international borders using Ripple’s monetary technology, which is known as RippleNet. Customers of FINCI now have access to an alternative to traditional payment methods and are able to make remittances and transmit cash across borders more quickly, reliably, and at a reduced cost thanks to the technology that FINCI has developed.
Ripple is working on a number of blockchain-based solutions that, in comparison to the existing systems, will make it possible for banks to conduct financial transactions across borders more quickly and at lower cost. The issuer of XRP has lately made great headway in Europe and other parts of the world, despite the fact that its firm is still having trouble in the United States.
Ripple’s European business is entering a higher gear as a result of today’s agreement with FINCI, which means things are getting better. RippleNet’s yearly payment volume has more than quadrupled so far this year and is already over $15 billion. Reportedly, one fourth of Ripple’s existing clients are headquartered in Europe.
Also, consumers will have the ability to make payments between Europe and Mexico without any complications, and FINCI will no longer be required to pre-fund accounts in other countries, which will provide them with the flexibility to reinvest funds in their company.
FINCI is a global fintech firm that provides consumers in 29 countries with a wide variety of financial solutions for their personal and professional needs. Customers have the ability to send and receive transactions in a variety of currencies and from locations all over the world when they make use of a debit card that is powered by Mastercard and is compatible with both iOS and Android.
Ripple managing director for Europe Sendi Young, said: “Cross-border payments have traditionally been slow, complex and unreliable. ODL is the first enterprise-grade solution to address these cross-border payment problems by tapping into global crypto liquidity, giving our customers a completely new way of doing business to help them grow and scale. We’re delighted that FINCI is our latest ODL deployment in Europe and are looking forward to soon announcing additional European partners who are preparing for a crypto-enabled future.”
FINCI CEO Mihails Kuznecovs, added: “We’re excited to be working with Ripple to make it easier for FINCI customers to move money around the world. We share the same fundamental goal of removing the hidden inefficiencies affecting international payments. What’s more, the savings and operational improvements we’ll achieve by using Ripple’s ODL will allow us to put money back into the business and enhance our offering to our customers.”