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지난 달, digital asset entity Anchorage received a bank charter from the United States Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, or OCC. 이번 달, the outfit has added $80 million in funds.

“오늘, we are pleased to announce that Anchorage has raised an $80 million Series C, led by GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, with participation from a16z, Blockchain Capital, Lux, and Indico,” a blog post announcement from Anchorage said on Thursday, 첨가:

This new capital will allow us to rapidly scale to meet the rising demand for participation in the digital asset space, particularly among corporations and traditional financial institutions.

1 월, the OCC dished out a banking charter to Anchorage — a first by the governing body for a blockchain company. The ruling came with a number of guidelines, including specific restrictions preventing Anchorage from acting as a bank in the traditional sense.

Anchorage started as a digital asset custody solution, later expanding into other crypto finance endeavors. Its recent blog post detailed:

This new round of funding will help us help institutions participate in new ways — by bringing crypto to their users, by diversifying their corporate treasuries, and by enabling a wide range of emerging use cases.

Upcoming developments include easing the processes around the lending of digital assets and partnerships with multiple bank types, the post added.

7 월 2020, the OCC gave U.S. national banks the go-ahead to offer crypto custody services.

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