Blockchain Fund Provider aXpire Selects DACC For Custody Servicesbr>
DACC is a purpose-built custodian to safeguard digital assets for institutions. Its Enclave wallet, which is SOC 1 certified, can custody over 100 cryptocurrencies and 12 blockchains, rapidly and securely egress digital assets from air-gapped cold storage, and provide clients with 24/7 physical and digital security to safeguard their assets.
aXpire, which was recently acquired by blockchain accelerator BlockchainWarehouse (BCW), is a global provider of asset management technology focused on blockchain and the institutional funds industry. It provides Token Generation Event (TGE) products, enterprise resource planning tools and blockchain funds to institutional investors, particularly family offices.
Under the agreement, DACC will help aXpire store its underlying digital assets by providing a full range of custody services.
“We are proud to provide our custody solutions to aXpire,” said Doug Schwenk, Co-Founder and Chairman of DACC. “Establishing a partnership with aXpire was a clear next step for DACC. We are always working to expand our asset support to reach the largest number of cryptocurrency investors and give institutional investors a greater sense of confidence in the industry’s future.”
Adrian Guttridge, Co-Founder and Chairman of aXpire, said that one of the most critical needs in the current cryptocurrency marketplace is a trusted custody provider that prioritizes security first and foremost.
“We were, and we still are, looking to establish aXpire as a leading provider of blockchain software and funds, and DACC helps us do that by assuring all of our underlying digital assets are kept safe,” Guttridge said. “When looking for a solution to custodial services, it quickly became clear that DACC offers the technical know-how, institutional expertise and experience, knowledge of compliance requirements, and commitment to client service we require to continue growing our company and assisting new issuers.”