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New Types of Shipping Finance Models On The Way  

New Types of Shipping Finance Models On The Way

The concept of decentralized finance is one of the most recent advances in shipping finance

“While everyone concentrates on the freshly enforced banking restrictions and SWIFT prohibitions,” shipbroker Intermodal wrote in its latest weekly report, “a new financial environment is forming in the background attempting to disrupt financial intermediaries, including but not limited to central banks.” 

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Decentralized Finance (De-Fi) is a rapidly evolving blockchain financing model that has the potential to transform the finance industry as we know it. 

What does this mean for banks?

A heated discussion is raging over whether this new challenge will pose a danger to banks, financial markets, and central authorities and establish new decentralized and thus less regulated asset financing channels. 

DeFi is built on blockchain and is linked to bitcoin, indicating that it will most likely eliminate intermediaries and the associated scrutiny, fees, and red tape.

Decentralized exchange systems yield-based farming and lending systems that are based on stablecoins, cryptos smart contracts, and flash loans are only some of the terms are necessary to be acquainted with in order to be able to follow this trend, and do we think that decentralization is the future of western (and not just) economic systems. The DeFi market is already a multi-billion market ( in terms of USD secured in contracts) However, it is an extended way to substitute fiat currency with crypto.

What do investors say?

Credit risk concerns, safety concerns, market volatility hazards, and a lack of an acceptable legal/justice system are just a few reasons investors remain cautious of this new economic model. 

Several DeFi applications have failed; DeFi bugs continue to exist, and our legal processes are not yet up to date for someone to turn to if they believe they have been wrongly treated.”

“In terms of shipping, the benefits of blockchain technology might be significant in terms of logistics, cargo tracking, and paperwork reduction – especially for container operators,” Mr. Laios continued. There are currently initiatives dealing with ship funding in particular. 

A number of platforms are now being developed (or have already been developed) to provide ship finance based on digital units. 


Regardless of their differences in prime offering, investment size, hold period, and real-time asset data, these are all noteworthy initiatives. They could develop into a new funding source for shipping companies and operators, putting shipping at the forefront of technological advancements (for a change). The most important and deciding issue is whether blockchain can -at least initially- gain a reasonable proportion of the remaining daily financial transactions (payments, etc.) so that people become accustomed to the new landscape. 

There is an opportunity for expansion, and the expansion rate may be large as well. 

DeFi’s growth will be exponential once it proves itself,” the shipbroker stated.