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Franklin Templeton Joins Series A Round for Crypto Custodian Curv

Franklin Templeton used to be named for Benjamin Franklin (pictured on the $100 bill).
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Curv, a provider of cryptocurrency custody infrastructure, has been backed in an prolonged Collection A funding round by investment firm Franklin Templeton and fintech-centered VC firm Illuminate Financial Management.

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  • The two novel merchants be half of firms equivalent to CommerzVentures, Coinbase Ventures, CoinDesk mum or dad firm Digital Currency Community, Team8 and Digital Storage within the round, Curv introduced Thursday.
  • An as much as this point elevate total used to be no longer disclosed, however as of July 1, $23 million had been positioned within the startup’s coffers.
  • Curv offers cloud custody products and companies based totally on multi-celebration computation technology to “safely switch, store and arrange any digital asset on any blockchain or DLT,” based totally on the announcement.
  • “Curv … eliminates the diagram that of non-public keys via multi-celebration computation, pondering blockchain transaction signing in a stable, disbursed manner to defend in opposition to cyber breaches and insider collusion,”  acknowledged Joe Boerio, EVP and chief possibility and transformation officer at Franklin Templeton.
  • Whereas the Collection A used to be closed in July, Curv co-founder and CEO Itay Malinger acknowledged the novel merchants had sought to be half of the round soon after.
  •  “The addition of Franklin Templeton is a barometer of the mature alternate’s shift into digital belongings,” he acknowledged.
  • Final November the investment firm tapped Curv to relieve safeguard its shares by constructing a transaction signing and management system for its fund.
  • Franklin Templeton (ticker: BEN) is a Modern York-listed global investment firm based in 1947.
  • On the shut of 2019, the corporate held $698 billion in belongings below management. 

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