BnkToTheFuture Steps Away From Banks Citing Mounting Risk to Clients’ Assets
The online investment platform is moving clients' crypto and fiat assets to a Hong Kong-based trust company.
A multinational payments firm is partnering with cryptocurrency custodian Hex Trust to help its European banking clients hold digital assets.
A new report from bitFlyer Japan states the exchange is now custodying more than 161.8 billion yen ($1.5 billion) on behalf of its clients, a two-year record for the company.
Franklin Templeton previously tapped Curv to help safeguard its fund by building a transaction signing and management system.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has been evaluating the cryptocurrency space for years, well before it publicly announced banks could provide services in the field last month.
The new partnership will add direct custodial support for Arcoin and INX, the upcoming INX Limited security token.