Chainlink is the gateway to on-chain finance
Forward-thinking banks and financial services companies are increasingly moving operations on-chain to increase liquidity, better manage risk, and reduce costs via automated workflows.
The future of finance is on-chain, and Chainlink CCIP is the on-ramp for banks, asset managers, and other financial services companies. With Chainlink’s enterprise-grade infrastructure, companies and institutions can easily and securely connect to any blockchain network from their existing systems.
Chainlink is the industry-standard Web3 services platform, successfully enabling over $7.7T+ in transaction value for blockchain applications. The network’s unparalleled security standards are pioneered by a world-class research team, and enforced by decentralized oracle networks made up of independent, Sybil-resistant nodes operated by leading enterprises such as Deutsche Telekom MMS, LexisNexis, and Swisscom. Chainlink’s defense-in-depth approach to development has resulted in a multi-year history of high uptime and tamper-proof security, even during the industry’s most volatile and unpredictable conditions.
The infrastructure underpinning capital markets is being reimagined by blockchain technologies, and Chainlink provides the digital rails for fast, cost-effective, secure, and transparent asset movement.
$867T in assets
Tokenization is a multi-hundred-trillion dollar opportunity for early adopters.
97% surveyed agree
Institutional investors agree that “tokenization will revolutionize asset management.”
Automating financial market workflows enables seamless, smarter market operations.
“The tokenization of asset classes offers the prospect of driving efficiencies in capital markets, shortening value chains, and improving cost and access for investors.”
ANZ—a leading institutional bank with $1+ trillion in assets under management—successfully demonstrated how ANZ customers could use CCIP to securely transfer ANZ-issued stablecoins cross-chain to purchase nature-based assets.
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, the world’s largest securities settlement system processing $2+ quadrillion annually, is exploring Chainlink CCIP to unlock tokenized asset interoperability.
Collaborative experiments with global financial institutions have shown that existing Swift infrastructure in combination with Chainlink CCIP can facilitate the transfer of tokenized value across public and private blockchains.
ANZ, one of the largest institutional banks in Australia, used Chainlink CCIP to successfully demonstrate a cross-chain purchase of tokenized assets with A$DC, an ANZ-issued stablecoin of the Australian Dollar.