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Goldfinch yields come from real-world lending, and investments are collateralized off-chain, which makes them distinctly different from the highly volatile DeFi lending you may be familiar with.
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Headquartered in Singapore and Indonesia, Fazz has over 700 employees spread across Southeast Asia
Fazz has deployed more than $460 million loans to more than 160,000 unique borrowers, while keeping loss rates <1.0%, well below industry averages
Fazz has raised more than US$180M of equity from global and local investors including Tiger Global, B Capital and Y Combinator
ALMA has successfully borrowed across eight Pools
End-borrowers include Impact Water, supplying over 30,000 schools across central and eastern Africa with no-fuel systems to make water safe and potable; Ghana-based Oya, a micro-lender with 82% female borrowers; and many more.
ALMA’s leadership team has nearly 100 combined years of experience building, scaling and exiting sustainable impact companies.
Cauris aims to facilitate access to credit to 100 million people through its fintech partners in Asia and Africa, starting with their first $5.1M fund on Goldfinch.
They currently lend in India and are rapidly expanding to Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda.
Cauris fundamentally believes DeFi will be the future and provides a unique opportunity to democratize and lower the cost of financing to the fintechs it partners with.
Greenway via Almavest
Since May 2021, Greenway has sourced $750,000 from the Goldfinch protocol via the credit fund Almavest.
Greenway employs ~100 people in Mumbai (HQ), Bangalore, and Vadodara
Each stove costs approximately $30 to produce and distribute and is modeled to generate about 8.7 tons of carbon offsets through 2025.
With the launch of their $10M Borrower Pool on Goldfinch in 2022, Addem Capital became Mexico’s first credit fund to utilize crypto capital for off-chain lending.
They have invested in more than five countries, including Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, and US-based entrepreneurs working in LATAM.
Addem Capital’s mission is to help overcome the difficulties small businesses face obtaining accessible financing in the region.
Goldfinch is doing what DeFi was always meant to do.
Goldfinch is on a mission to expand access to capital by creating a single global credit marketplace. That means everyone, from startups in Lagos to institutions in New York, can borrow from the same capital markets and that all investors can access those deals directly.
For too long, the financial system has been fragmented and owned by everyone except the users. We believe that crypto offers a reset and that everyone can participate in this transformative financial renaissance.