BitGo claims to process over 20% of all Bitcoin transactions while providing an insurance policy covering up to $100 million in value through a syndicate of Insurers in the Lloyd’s of London and European Marketplace.
Apparently, CoinDCX has already began transferring its assets to BitGo’s wallets last week.
With BitGo Custody, all cryptocurrencies on CoinDCX will be secured in omnibus and segregated hot and cold wallets with two-factor authentication for all accounts.
A fraction of funds traded on the exchange will be protected by BitGo’s $100 million insurance policy, including user assets held on CoinDCX’s lending service, DCXLend, and cold assets and funds.
In a statement, Pete Najarian, chief revenue officer at BitGo, noted:
“with the recent uptick in trading volumes on Indian exchanges, the need of the hour is for professionalization in the form of fund security in the crypto market.”