(1)integrates institution-required custody, (2)operational efficiency, (3)risk minimized, (4)compliance features
partners: Gnosis Safe, Hex Trust, GK8, and Parfin
- Gnosis Safe
- multiple signature based crypto self-custody
- open source and battle tested since 2017,
- DAO treasury management with ~$90bn worth of assets stored in self custody.
- Hex Trust
- Enterprise-level full custody service
- IBM LinuxOne Hardware Secure Module (HSM) with FIPS 140-2 Level 4 Certification.
- Full custody and settlement APIs and SWIFT/FIX interface for integrations.
- Multi-wallet Infrastructure
- Address whitelisting to conduct transactions with verified entities.
- institutional-grade digital asset custodian that delivers custody, DeFi, brokerage, and financing solutions to customers in APAC and EMEA.
- Military grade hardware, offline cold vault with a keyless MPC with an unlimited number of automatic co-signers.
- SOC2 Type 2-compliant and provides custody solutions for banks, exchanges, family offices, and hedge funds globally.
- support for any Ethereum Virtual Machine-compatible layer-1 networks as well as instant integrations with level-2 protocols.
- modular platform for secure digital asset custody using MPC technology, trading and management.
- SOC2 compliant and provide custody solutions for institutional players such as banks, exchanges, family offices, and hedge funds globally.
- strong presence in LATAM(South America) with offices in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
partners: custodians BitGo, Qredo, and Cactus Custody™ for small and large organizations with access to DeFi (institution-required security, operational efficiency, and compliance needs.)
- one of the largest custody and security solutions for clients including big crypto exchanges
- the integration of MetaMask Institutional with BitGo wallets allows for key management and custom policies to remain in BitGo
- offers decentralised crypto custody secured by Multi-Party Computation (MPC)
- MPC removes the operational risk around private keys.
(It enables multiple parties to evaluate a computation without revealing any of their private data to computing parties.)