Hex Trust's recent press releases and announcements.
Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) has partnered with Hex Trust to pilot its digital asset custody service. The collaboration will start with Hex Trust providing digital asset custody as an internal service for UnionBank employees, as a pilot run, to prepare for the next stage — a fully commercialized digital asset custody service for the bank’s customers. UnionBank is in full compliance with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) in offering this service. This partnership once again puts UnionBank at the forefront of the industry as banks start to enter the digital asset sector.
Hex Trust has announced we have joined the tzBTC ecosystem as keyholders. tzBTC allows users and applications to directly transact in Bitcoin (BTC) on the Tezos blockchain, bringing BTC’s liquidity and brand to the Tezos ecosystem and enabling novel financial use-cases on-chain. Hex Trust and Tangany now join Mt. Pelerin, LEXR, and Inacta as tzBTC keyholders, responsible for the custody, minting, and burning of tzBTC.
Ethereum is gearing up for a system-wide upgrade that will radically change the way the platform is both used and secured. There have been several upgrades over the past five years, intending to improve Ethereum’s usability and scalability. Ethereum 2.0 is a highly anticipated upgrade and is by far the most ambitious and radical change to be implemented in the network and will require several years to fully implement.
How do you help your customers in their journey through these new financial products when risks are high, the tech moves fast, and regulations seem to be always one step behind? This article proposes statistics-backed insights and some valuable tips on how to win the customer experience war in the digital asset space.
The month of June was historic for the blockchain markets as El Salvador became the first country to officially classify Bitcoin as a legal currency. The price action hasn’t necessarily followed suit, as we’ve seen mainly consolidation after the correction at the end of May.