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Remittance Innovation in ASEAN Is Changing Lives for Workers Living Abroad

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The Association of South Eastern Asian Nations (ASEAN) continues to make its case as one of the world’s most exciting testing grounds for blockchain, cross border payments, and digital assets. Ripple has been part of much of this pioneering work with partners like SBI Remit, CIMB Group, Siam Commercial Bank, Mitsubishi Corporation and Standard Chartered, the Japan Bank Consortium, and many others.

In the coming year, Ripple resolves to work closely with our partners and RippleNet customers around the world to deliver even faster-paced change and more meaningful innovation for their customers in the ASEAN region and beyond.

 

https://ripple.com/insights/remittance-innovation-in-asean-is-changing-lives-for-workers-living-abroad/

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And then the United Nations publishes this today https://www.un.org/en/events/family-remittances-day/un-action.shtml

"The potential for synergy in connecting the scale of remittances to reach the SDGs is clear: one billion senders and receivers and a projected US$6.5 trillion in international remittances will be sent to developing countries between 2015 and 2030."

It just makes sense why Ripple is invited to these eyes wide shut parties at the IMF. As agents of change, Ripple has the potential to make a huge impact on these sustainable development goals (and dare I say, all 17 goals!) . Creating payment rails with negligible energy consumption and fees on a decentralised platform is Lagarde's wet dream....

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