ABN Amro, a privately owned Dutch bank, launched a set of digital asset storage services. He became the first among financial institutions in the country to provide such services. According to the official statement of the company, 500 clients have already connected to the Wallie service - the so-called cryptocurrency storage infrastructure.
According to representatives of ABN Amro, the infrastructure provides secure storage of private keys for users' cryptographs. Wallie also provides collateral for up to € 6,000 worth of funds.
The service works in the same interface that is used for daily banking operations.
On the eve, we also reported that ING - a financial conglomerate from the Netherlands - agreed with the American fintech company R3 developer. The bankers signed a five-year licensing contract to use the top-end development of the R3, the blockchain platform Corda Enterprise.