Impel — A Next-Gen Alternative to SWIFT, SEPA For ISO 20022 Compliant Financial Messaging.

  • R3 Corda | XDC Network Bridge: To allow businesses to have settlement options. A unique technology, this bridge enables $XDC, the coin native to the XDC Network, to move to and from the public Corda Network and to be used as a settlement vehicle inside of the Corda ecosystem, allowing value to move freely between the Corda public network and public blockchain networks like the XDC Network. Buy XDC
  • Faster payments: IMPEL offers real-time payment settlement, instead of the current 2+ day standard via the central banking system. $XDC can be included in the financial message’s payload for instant settlement, either owned outright by the sender or borrowed as a low-cost solution for instant settlement from a community-supported $XDC pool fund.
  • Military-grade security: Transactions are routed through a secure API that leverages L2 security developed by a team with decades of experience providing secure technology infrastructure for banks and fintech. Each validating node on the XDC Network is KYC-compliant and features built-in forensic monitoring to quickly target bad actors.
  • Incredibly easy technology adoption: It’s simple and easy to implement Impel’s API for traditional financial messaging — and it’s identical to the current SWIFT API standard.
  • ISO 20022-compliant messaging: Impel’s financial messaging meets the ISO 20022 standard, which is quickly becoming the global language for financial messaging.
  • No cost except gas fees: IMPEL does not charge implementation, annual membership, or per usage fees. All you pay is the XDC Network’s near-zero gas fee to send messages/payments. That’s how IMPEL offers an extremely low transaction cost — just a fraction of a cent ($0.00001 or less) per transaction.
  • Simple visibility and management: Impel’s service offerings are easy to implement and they provide high-touch, ultra-responsive customer service. Administrative monitoring tools for reporting and management are at your fingertips.

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