Hex Trust's recent press releases and announcements.
Asia’s Leading Digital Asset Custodian, Hex Trust, is partnering with Qredo Network to offer a new licensed custody service that includes Qredo’s decentralized MPC custody, seamless cross-chain trading and Layer 2 settlement.
Hex Trust has announced a partnership with Clearpool Finance (Clearpool), a decentralized capital markets ecosystem focused on institutional lending and credit markets. As part of the partnership, Hex Trust will incubate Clearpool, provide custody services to their participants as well as compliance services, such as KYC, identity verification and transaction monitoring services.
Hex Trust, Asia’s leading digital asset custodian, has partnered with Klaytn Foundation to provide the scalability and performance required for the mass adoption of digital assets. Following the announcement, customers of Hex Trust including financial institutions, digital asset natives, and HNWIs can now safely custody the Klaytn protocol’s native token KLAY with Hex Safe™, the institutional-grade digital assets custody platform.
Hex Trust, Asia’s leading digital asset custodian, today announced it has secured a Capital Markets Services (CMS) licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), allowing the company to provide custodial services regulated under Singapore’s Securities and Futures Act.
We are delighted to have onboarded cyber security expert, Shane Read, onto the Hex Trust team. Here is Q&A tell help you get to know him better.
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.