Earlier today, Krypital Group announced a new strategic partnership with Prime Trust. This partnership will see each company utilize services offered by the other. For instance, here is a brief look at what each company brings to the table:
- Token Creation
- Advisory Roles
- Custody Solutions for both Digital Assets along with Fiat
- Compliance Services
- Fund Processing
This partnership marks yet another that has the potential to play a large role in the future. It is the bridges being built today, that will provide the support needed to usher in the future that digital securities have the potential to provide.
Maggie Wu, CEO of Krypital Group, stated,
“We are very pleased to align ourselves with Prime Trust…Since their inception, Prime Trust has taken a strategic ‘technology-first’ approach to providing solutions to the financial services industry. Through this they have gained crucial experience in integrating technology into a traditional industry, something extremely important as we continue our march toward meaningful global adoption of blockchain.”
Scott Purcell, CEO of Prime Trust, stated,
“Krypital has helped pave the way for organizations to adopt blockchain technology by reducing barriers into the STO ecosystem…Our vision is to make doing business easier in the new digital economy, and our collaboration will continue to reduce market friction worldwide.
Krypital Group is managing to make noise in the digital securities sector. This growth is being seen under the watch of CEO, Maggie Wu.
Above all, the company specializes in providing blockchain-based companies with services geared towards the advancement of STOs.
Krypital Group operates out of Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – A diminutive island in the North Caribbean Sea.
Prime Trust is based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. From here, the company is led by CEO, Scott Purcell. Under the guidance of Scott Purcell, Prime Trust has developed into a well-respected company, offering its clients a bevy of services.
Due to their ability to provide custodial services for both fiat and digital assets, this is not the first time that blockchain-based companies have turned to Prime Trust. In 2018, Prime Trust announced a partnership with Polymath, which would see them provide custodial services for ST-20 tokens.
In Other News
Each of these forward thinking companies have found themselves in our news feeds in recent months. It is not surprising to see that they have caught our attention, yet again.
For a further look into some of their recent moves, check out these articles!