Berlin-based fintech company SolarisBank has announced the launch of a custodial platform for digital assets.ServiceIt is accessible through the API and integrates into websites, as well as into the applications of partners of the company.
According to the statement, the new platform is managed bysubsidiary of Solaris Digital Assets GmbH. At the same time, the solution is fully integrated with other banking services for SolarisBank digital assets. Please note that the company is fully licensed and regulated on the German market.
According to SolarisBank, thanks to the newThe firm’s platform partners will be able to focus on creating web interfaces and applications that connect to the Solaris API. They will be able to use the custodial solution without endangering their operations and without spending money on developing their own custodial services.
SolarisBank provides securitycustodian platform by storing private keys in a distributed cluster of hardware security modules connected to a digital accounting system.
The company claims that it makes assetsinaccessible to third-party malicious manipulations and provides instant access to them for end users. Any transfer of assets initiates a multiple audit process, and a regulatory compliance mechanism monitors transactions for suspicious activity.
SolarisBank hopes that the custody solutionwill encourage greater adoption of digital assets. Let us recall that in September the company began collaborating with the Stuttgart Stock Exchange to provide a regulated platform for trading crypto assets.
Additionally, last year, through a partnership with SolarisBank, German cryptocurrency startup Bitwala began offering cryptocurrency banking services in Germany.</p></p>