Circle Alliance Program to Focus on Building Internet Financial System

Circle is focused on creating the world’s largest and most widely used regulated stablecoin network.

To do that, Circle are partnering with and empowering “a global community of industry-leading businesses to bring the convenience of stablecoins and Web3 technology to billions of people around the world.”

The Circle Alliance Program unites “an international consortium of businesses, institutions, and protocols with a common goal – to advance the development and growth of the internet financial system.”

Existing and prospective partners represent “a diverse group of leading organizations spanning fintech, traditional finance, consumer applications, payments, banking and Web3, currently utilizing or looking to leverage Circle’s stablecoins and Web3 services.”

With 250+ partners in over 40 countries, the Circle Alliance Program is actively solving real-world challenges, extending “access to digital dollars, enhancing cross-border payments, and providing digital financial services.” This dynamic program will “help drive the growth of blockchain and USDC.”

The Value of Joining the Circle Alliance Program

There is more to a Circle partnership “than Circle’s products and tools that can help our partners’ businesses grow.”

Members receive dedicated support, incentives, “access to Circle’s emerging products, and insights on the latest developments in the world of digital finance.”

They equip Alliance Program members “with tools to integrate Web3 services and expand access to digital dollars with USDC, as well as opportunities to connect with our expanding network of alliance members.”

As covered, Circle has unveiled a new v2.2 upgrade to USDC and EURC that significantly reduces gas costs, improves support “for account abstraction, and further bolsters security for transactions on EVM blockchains.”

The upgrade adds to the momentum of USDC innovation “after its recent expansion to 6 new blockchain networks.”

As USDC and EURC represent the intersection of money and code, their capabilities will continue to evolve “as new opportunities arise to add new features and refine existing ones.”

Circle has developed a number of enhancements “for v2.2 since the last upgrade to USDC in early 2021.”

There will be six new changes “to the USDC and EURC smart contracts and they’ll be implemented through a single v2.2 upgrade for each supported EVM blockchain.”

The upgrade is fully backwards-compatible, “does not introduce any breaking changes to existing integrations, and requires no action from developers or users.” All code changes have been audited “by Halborn, a third-party blockchain security firm.”

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