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Avalanche and Chainlink Partnership Sparks Massive Rally for AVAX and LINK

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  • To demonstrate cross-chain tokenized asset settlements, ANZ and Chainlink Labs connected the Avalanche and Ethereum blockchains.
  • By concentrating on “Delivery vs. Payment” and utilizing Avalanche’s Evergreen Subnets for customisation, the program highlights the modernization of securities settlements through blockchain technology.

In an effort to be better, the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) and Chainlink Labs have partnered to improve the financial settlements business. The purpose of this collaboration is to connect the Ethereum and Avalanche networks.

Creating Transactional Fluidity Across Chains

So, ANZ has used Chainlink’s Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol (CCIP) to create new standards for cross-chain transaction ease.

Through this partnership, tokenized assets can move between different blockchain platforms more easily. It enables users to trade, access a range of assets, and efficiently and safely settle transactions in several currencies.

The creative reorganization of the conventional “Delivery vs. Payment” (DvP) paradigm, which is essential to the settlement of securities transactions, is at the core of this endeavor.

With the use of blockchain technology, ANZ’s strategy is to modernize this procedure by guaranteeing transaction atomicity and doing away with the need for middlemen. The enhanced DvP method is expected to significantly reduce transactional procedures, bringing a new degree of efficiency and confidence to securities settlements.

Improving Transactional Capabilities via Technology Fusion

The inclusion of CCIP in ANZ’s operations has greatly reduced the complexity of cross-chain asset transfers. This collaborative partnership, according to Lee Ross, ANZ’s technology domain head, is essential to enabling atomic cross-chain DvP and ensuring the safe and concurrent exchange of assets for payments.

Using the Evergreen Subnets of Avalanche for Institutional Innovation

And then, this partnership serves as more evidence of how ANZ uses Avalanche’s Evergreen Subnets, which allow the organization to take advantage of Ethereum’s many features and the customized, permissioned environments that private blockchains provide.

This revolutionary combination of public and private blockchain characteristics is likely to expand institutional blockchain applications and set new industry standards.

Previously, Avalanche and Chainlink’s partnership has greatly enhanced tokenized asset settlement by building a smooth link across several blockchain networks, as ETHNews earlier indicated.

Meanwhile, this latest event has had a beneficial impact on the prices of the two networks’ native tokens, AVAX and LINK, which increased by 7.91% and 4.96%, respectively, in the last 24 hours.

This rise in value places AVAX in last place among the top ten cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, with a valuation of $21.97 billion, while LINK is 14th, with a valuation of $11.30 billion.

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