Arf’s on-chain liquidity volume reaches $1 billion

Arf is a platform for international transaction solutions situated at the intersection of traditional finance and Web3. In terms of on-chain liquidity volume utilized to support international payments, it has presently surpassed $1 billion.

Ali Erhat Nalbant, co-founder and chief executive officer of Arf, asserts that the organization’s primary objective has been to surpass financial limitations by implementing innovative technologies. Moving forward, the system should be more accessible to the general public, in their opinion.

Financial institutions generally rely on their capital and credit extended by lenders. This obstructs their capital framework in the event that transaction volumes increase. Lenders, such as banks, encounter challenges when attempting to finance institutions due to the ambiguity surrounding operations and the absence of an effective risk management system.

With this in consideration, Arf introduced the first working capital service for international transactions that was RWA-oriented. In terms of global payments, its liquidity is facilitated by internet acceleration, and blockchain technology fills a $4 trillion liquidity gap. Arf, which Stellar supports, is an industry pioneer in providing enhanced connectivity to the global financial sector.

Phil Meng, the Head of Treasury and Capital Markets at Stellar Development Foundation, asserts that Arf’s significant achievement of surpassing $1 billion in on-chain liquidity provides substantial evidence of the capabilities of blockchain technology. This pertains to the establishment of fair and equal access to financial solutions.

As part of its commitment to innovation, Arf has developed an on-chain transparency protocol that leverages the primary characteristic of blockchain technology: complete visibility. The protocol ensures that all financial operations are executed on the blockchain. This eliminates the need for intermediaries and contributes to mitigating risk factors. In the context of financial institutions, the ability to monitor transactions and enhance liquidity services is present.

At present, Arf is leaning towards international transaction solutions to finalize transactions worth $100 billion by 2025. This initiative aims to eliminate the traditional obstacles that impede the flow of liquid funds in the realm of international payments.

Arf is a global transaction solution platform that provides financial institutions with upgradable liquidity. In addition to FXC Intelligence’s “30 Most Promising Cross-Border Payments Companies” list, the organization has been awarded “Best Lending Initiative” by PAY360. The organization is a VQF Financial Services Standards Association member and headquartered in Switzerland.

Trevor Holman

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