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Bitgo to Offer Regulated Crypto Custody in Switzerland and Germany

WorldNews Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
Bitgo to Offer Regulated Crypto Custody in Switzerland and GermanyAdvertisment European crypto exchanges, as well as other companies with significant crypto holdings they need to protect, now have another option for cold storing their digital fortune. Bitgo is expanding out of the U.S. and into Europe with two new companies in Switzerland and Germany. Also Read: German Fintechs Rush to Offer Crypto Custody Services Under New Law Bitgo Expands to Switzerland and Germany Bitgo, which provides institutional clients with security and financial services for digital assets, has announced that the company is expanding its international presence with two custodial...
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