Komainu a controlled electronic asset custody services service provider developed by institutions for institutions, today declared it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Crypto Garage, a regulated Japanese crypto assets services supplier and world financial investment financial institution Nomura Holdings Inc. to investigate delivering electronic asset custody services to institutional buyers in the Japanese sector, by leveraging Komainu’s custody infrastructure.
Henson Orser, Komainu’s President and Performing CEO, commented on today’s information, “We are excited to enter into this agreement with Crypto Garage to examine bringing our institutional-quality custody solutions to an underserved current market in Japan. The evolution of digital property is switching the fiscal ecosystem and Komainu is setting up out custody remedies as well as supplemental companies to deliver institutions with the guidance they need to have during the overall custody process. We are thankful for the continued help of Nomura and glance forward to working with Crypto Garage to even more develop Komainu’s global existence, bringing have faith in and transparency to the servicing of this asset class.”
Komainu is an established electronic asset custody enterprise that is accredited in Jersey by the Jersey Fiscal Solutions Fee. In April of 2021, Komainu secured the ISO 27001 and ISAE 3402 Sort 1 certifications, more demonstrating its dedication to supplying institutions seeking to put digital assets with an institutional-grade custody resolution that adheres to the greatest business requirements for security protocols.
Crypto Garage offers companies to crypto asset businesses in Japan and overseas, including its blockchain linked settlement platform, SETTLENET . In June 2021, in accordance with Japan’s Fund Settlement Act, Crypto Garage registered with the Kanto Finance Bureau as a crypto asset trade, allowing for it to act as an middleman for transactions among domestic crypto asset exchanges and cover businesses.