SBI Remit will use RippleNet Technology to enable instant money transfers between Japan and Thailand

Ripple and SBI Remit join hands to enable Real-time payments between Japan and Thailand. 

SBI Remit will use RippleNet Technology to enable instant money transfers between Japan and Thailand

According to Ripple, it's possible due to progressive crypto regulations and business innovations talking about its growing footprints in Asia-Pacific. 

As a part of the plan, both SBI Remit and SCB will utilize Ripple's enterprise blockchain solution RippleNet to deal with continuous settlement services. At present, Thai beneficiaries use local retrieve cash sent by their relatives in Japan.

“This makes it possible for 47,000 Thai nationals living in Japan to send money home faster. SBI Remit’s customers can use ATMs to instantly send money in JPY to a recipient’s SCB savings account in Thailand and receive funds in THB within seconds,” Ripple said in its PR.

Reporting the news about the new collaboration on Twitter, Ripple underlined moderate crypto guidelines and business innovation in Asia-Pacific as huge supporters of the development of the company in this market.

“It is our duty to continuously search for superior technological solutions to deliver ever improving remittance services for our customers. With the steady rise of remittance flows, we see Ripple helping us open up new revenue potential for our business and a better overall experience for our customers,” Nobuo Ando, Representative Director at SBI Remit, said on the development. 

According to Ripple, 76% of financial institutions and 71% of businesses will start using blockchain and cryptocurrencies by 2025.

Last month, Ripple and Singapore-based Fintech FOMO Pay declared a collaboration that prepared for the last option to utilize Ripple's On Demand Liquidity (ODL) technology to provide minimal expense and real-time cross-border to its clients in US dollars (USD) and euros (EUR). FOMO Pay is among the top digital payment processing companies in Southeast Asia.

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