After a $40 million Series B, buzzy crypto startup Anchorage is setting up a new subsidiary in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Institutional crypto custody provider Anchorage just raised $40 million in a Series B round backed by Blockchain Capital, Visa and a16z.
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange, ICE, is reportedly eyeing a New York license for its long-delayed crypto exchange Bakkt.
Cryptocurrency exchange KuCoin has launched a beta feature allowing users to custody their own crypto assets while trading.
Hardware wallet maker Ledger and Hong Kong-licensed Legacy Trust now provide custody for crypto assets including ethereum-based tokens.
Cryptocurrency custodian BitGo now lets clients compliantly store the BCAP security token from venture capital firm Blockchain Capital.
Online banking group Swissquote is launching a custody service that will see crypto keys stored in an ex-military bunker.
It’s unlikely the CFTC will act in time for ICE to launch Bakkt as planned on Jan. 24, CoinDesk has learned.
Ex-Banker Dick Corcoran will oversee billions of dollars in value as CEO of the recently formed BitGo Trust Company.
State Street bank says there’s no sense of urgency yet from clients for it to move into safeguarding crypto assets.