Virtuse Exchange to use BitGo security services

Virtuse Exchange to use BitGo security services

by Virtuse Admin
29. May 2019
Virtuse Exchange to use BitGo security services

Virtuse Exchange is proud to announce that it has chosen leading digital asset financial services company BitGo as the custodian for the company’s digital assets.

“The Virtuse platform will help change the way traditional commodities and other assets are traded. We chose BitGo as our custodian because we wanted to ensure that our users know that we prioritize the security of their assets,“ explains Virtuse Exchange founder and CEO, Ras Vasilisin. 

Virtuse’s all-in-one platform allows investors in more than 100 countries to invest in $70 trillions of commodities using the leading crypto as a reserve currency.

Furthermore, our exchange allows projects to bring their tokens to market. The platform streamlines investor KYC/on-boarding, listing and funding tasks, making it faster, easier and more cost-effective to syndicate investment more widely among larger group of investors. With BitGo’s expertise, we will democratize access to investments for retail and premium private investors, while keeping all digital assets secure and liquid.

What is Bitgo:

BitGo is the leader in digital asset financial services, providing institutional investors with security, custody, and liquidity solutions. BitGo is the world’s largest processor of on-chain bitcoin transactions, processing 15% of all global Bitcoin transactions, and $15 billion per month across all cryptocurrencies. The company supports over 100 coins and tokens and has over $2 billion in assets in wallet and custody. BitGo’s customer base includes the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges and spans more than 50 countries. In 2018, it launched BitGo Trust Company, the first qualified custodian purpose-built for storing digital assets. BitGo is backed by Craft Ventures, Digital Currency Group, DRW, Galaxy Digital Ventures, Goldman Sachs, Redpoint Ventures, and Valor Equity Partners.

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