Ontology Integrates with Plaid to Allow Users Open Banking Benefits

Open source blockchain network Ontology announced on Monday that it has integrated with fintech data network Plaid. In the official tweet, Ontology said that the integration will allow its users to take advantage of open banking style perks by accessing Plaid’s fintech data services that already have millions of users across the globe.

Ontology is the leading blockchain network specializing in digital identity and data. It supports cross-chain integration, ensuring scalability and flexibility of design as per the networks’ needs. Commenting on their collaboration with Plaid, co-founder Andy Ji stated that Ontology’s mission of achieving a more democratic future with every individual’s equitable access to financial services rings more true with this partnership. The coming together of the techno-firms will give users access to extensive transaction history that can add to a richer understanding of their individual financial situation.

Plaid further quoted:

Andy Ji stated

Plaid is one of the largest financial data providers to financial institutions in North America and Europe, serving every 1 in 4 bank account holders in the United States. It offers its services to a vast majority of fintech corporations in the world, including biggies like Coinbase and Acorns.

Based out of San Francisco, California, Plaid builds technical infrastructure APIs to connect consumers with traditional financial institutions and developers. It provides an array of financial analytics to users which includes key data insights. This partnership will definitely benefit in the adoption of Ontology’s ONT and we can see a hike in its price too. You can check our Ontology crypto predictions to know more details about ONT. 

Jodie Miller

Jodie Miller is experienced journalist. She holds double degree in journalism and communication. She joined our team as a content curator. She enjoys writing and curating contents related to finance and forex world.

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