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The arrival of digital assets in global markets has brought about unprecedented opportunities for decentralization, security, and the potential to help develop new markets.
Paxos' pioneering stablecoin, USDP, provides an innovative contemporary solution by enabling regulated, seamless access to the esteemed US dollar.
Traditional payment rails, including credit cards and wire transfers, have long served as the backbone of the financial ecosystem. However, institutions and markets are now revising these methods to keep up with the digital landscape.
Some estimate that nearly a third of all adults globally lack access to financial systems for basic functions such as buying and selling assets, saving and establishing credit.
The European Union (EU) recently enacted the Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MiCA) to demonstrate its commitment to fostering financial stability and safeguarding consumer interests. This legislation establishes a comprehensive and robust legal framework for regulating cryptocurrencies and other digital assets within the EU.
Paxos CEO Charles Cascarilla took part in a fireside chat with host Anish Shivdasani titled "The Potential for Tokenisation to Revolutionize Financial Services," in which he summarizes his vision for the digital asset economy of the future.
Pagamentos internacionais ou transações cambiais entre pessoas e empresas de diferentes países estão prontos para inovação.
Los pagos transfronterizos, o transacciones de divisas entre personas y empresas de diferentes países, están listos para la innovación.
The potential and proliferation of superapps has heralded a significant transformation in how end users can engage with financial services. Superapp use is not a futuristic reality, in fact, in some parts of the world, it’s the norm.
Trade finance is an integral part of global commerce, providing the necessary funding, insurance and risk management services to facilitate international trade. However, traditional trade finance is plagued by issues such as high costs and opacity.
While still early in the adoption phases within a historically conservative industry like banking, blockchain technology is already used in enterprise functions – from storing data across registries to tracking consumer goods shipped from around the globe.