Franklin Templeton Join Series A For Institutional Bitcoin Custody Provider Curv

Franklin Templeton Join Series A For Institutional Bitcoin Custody Provider Curv

Curv, an institutional crypto asset custody provider, today announced that global investment firm Franklin Templeton and fintech-focused venture capital firm Illuminante Financial Management have joined its Series A funding round — which already included CommerzVentures, Coinbase, Digital Currency Group, Team8 and Digital Garage. “Curv is driving traditional institutional and crypto native demand for digital assets through multi-party computation (MPC) security technology, a critical requirement to safely transfer, store and manage any digital asset on any blockchain or DLT,” according to....


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