Digital Asset Banks

Digital Asset Banks (a.k.a. “crypto banks” or “crypto-native banks”) are real banks – with an added feature: they are permitted to provide custody services for digital assets.

Crypto banks give owners of digital assets traditional banking services for the money they’ve placed into digital coins and tokens. These services include deposits and withdrawals, staking, rewards, making payments, receiving digital assets via direct deposit, and lending and borrowing – and all accounts qualify for FDIC protection.

Learn More About These Leading Firms

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Arbor

Avanti Bank & Trust is a Wyoming bank built to connect digital assets with the legacy financial system. Avanti is a custodian of digital assets that can meet the strictest level of institutional custody standards. Avanti meets KYC/AML laws as well as the Bank Secrecy Act and is a depository institution, which means it is eligible to become a U.S. dollar clearing bank at the Federal Reserve. The management team has deep experience in both traditional financial services and digital assets. Avanti is a ‘special purpose depository institution’ that must maintain full reserves.

Anchorage

Anchorage Digital Bank is the first national digital asset bank in the U.S. As a federally chartered Qualified Custodian, it maintains client funds, holds securities, and enables RIAs to meet federal custody obligations. Account holders can stake and lend digital assets under Anchorage’s custody governance blockchain protocols.

Eaglebrook

Kraken is the first digital asset exchange to obtain a bank charter in Wyoming as an SPDI. Kraken Bank customers can bank seamlessly between digital and fiat currencies and move assets from their bank account into their investment and trading portfolios.

Cashaa (India)

Prominence Bank (Mwali)

SEBA Bank (Switzerland)
Silvergate Bank (US)
Xapo Bank (Gibraltar)

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