Defi Lending Startup Aave Launches Permissioned Platform to Entice Financial Institutions

Defi Lending Startup Aave Launches Permissioned Platform to Entice Financial Institutions


On January 5, the open-source non-custodial decentralized finance (defi) lending platform Aave launched a permissioned version of the protocol aimed at institutions. The platform dubbed Aave Arc will leverage Fireblocks as the first whitelister as the platform aims to help bridge traditional financial institutions with defi.

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Aave has launched a permissioned platform called Aave Arc on Wednesday, a new protocol dedicated to financial institutions that want to particpitate in defi in a compliant manner. Aave is a popular defi lending platform and the defi protocol has the third-largest total-value locked (TVL) today. Metrics show that Aave has a $14.52 billion TVL spread across three blockchains including Ethereum, Avalanche, and Polygon.

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