Browsing the "Custody" Tag

Arab Bank’s Swiss Arm Is Launching Cryptocurrency Services

| Daniel Palmer

The Swiss branch of one of the top financial institutions in the Middle East is launching a suite of cryptocurrency-based services.

Legacy Trust to Launch Independent Crypto Custody Business

| Christine Kim

Hong Kong-based Legacy Trust is spinning out a new business focused entirely on institutional-grade cryptocurrency custody solutions.

The Crypto Custody Conundrum: What Are We Even Talking About?

| Noelle Acheson

New tech usually struggles with vocabulary, says Noelle Acheson. With bitcoin, the confusion rubs off integral concepts in securities legislation.

Bitcoin Escrow Firm Bilked Investors for $7 Million, DOJ Says

| Daniel Kuhn

U.S. prosecutors have charged the head of a bitcoin escrow company with defrauding investors for $7 million. 

Korea’s Biggest Bank Is Preparing to Custody Digital Assets

| Daniel Palmer

KB Kookmin, the largest bank in South Korea, is partnering with a blockchain startup to launch a digital asset custody offering.

Ledger and Nomura’s Crypto Custody Launch May Be Delayed to 2020

| Ian Allison

Ledger's crypto custody venture with Japanese bank Nomura may take longer than expected to launch, the startup's president said.

Hold-It-Yourself Crypto Exchange LGO to Roll Out Hardware Wallet in Q2

| Anna Baydakova

Non-custodial exchange LGO Markets has built its own hardware storage device and will also offer multi-signature wallets through BitGo.

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Caution and Crypto Custody: Convenient Companions

| Noelle Acheson

Crypto custody is more complex than most of us realize, explains Noelle Acheson. Caution is wise, even if it slows institutional involvement.

Ex-Bitmain Bitcoin Cash Staffers Form Startup to Lend and Trade Crypto

| Wolfie Zhao

A startup formed by former Bitmain employees will offer crypto custody, OTC trading and lending.

Prime Trust Undercuts Rivals in Crypto Custody Race

| Nikhilesh De and Marc Hochstein

Prime Trust has eliminated its fees for storing digital assets such as BTC, ETH and XLM, in a move the custodian called an industry first.