Digital Assets Firm Taurus Integrates Aave Protocol to Improve Banking Access to DeFi

Taurus Group said it has integrated the Aave Protocols’ version 1 and 2.

Mar 8, 2021 at 5:45 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 12:22 p.m. UTC

Swiss fintech firm Taurus Group has integrated the decentralized finance (DeFi) Aave Protocol into its asset infrastructure, allowing banks and exchanges to deposit and borrow digital assets.

  • In an announcement, Taurus Group said it has integrated the Aave Protocols’ version 1 and 2 into its end-to-end digital asset infrastructure.
  • Aave is a DeFi protocol used for both retail and institutional clients, providing users with a decentralized backend infrastructure for lending and borrowing.
  • The Aave Protocol is being used in the Taurus Group custody product “Taurus-PROTECT" as well as its smart contract issuance and interaction platform “Taurus-CAPITAL,” allowing institutional clients to deposit, withdraw and borrow assets, and stake AAVE tokens, said the firm.
  • “DeFi provides transparent, efficient and cost-effective solutions for banks to deploy their capital more effectively. We are excited to work with Taurus, who’s a leader in onboarding banks to DeFi through its secure custodian and smart contracts platforms,” said Aave CEO Stani Kulechov.

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