“Successfully completing this examination and being granted the SOC 1 Type 1 report more formally signifies something we have long known: the controls and processes Anchorage has developed are world class, and meet a truly rigorous standard,” said Jennifer Lee, Anchorage’s head of compliance.
Anchorage to custody Oasis Network’s ROSE coin
The Visa-backed crypto custodian will give utility token’s owners the option of holding their assets in an environment that’s more secure than cold storage
The California-based crypto company Anchorage has been chosen as the official custody partner for the Oasis Network’s utility token, ROSE. Anchorage, which counts Visa among its investors, is set to give ROSE token-holders the option of holding their assets in an environment that is both more secure and usable than what cold storage provides. When the Oasis Network’s mainnet launches, this cryptocurrency will enable the blockchain’s participants to initiate and approve transactions securely, vote on governance questions, and benefit from its Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. “We have been working with the Oasis Labs team building custody support, testing functionality against their testnets, and helping support their dry run mainnet exercises,” Diogo…
Top universities partner with privacy-focused blockchain
Berkeley, Cornell and MIT, alongside British universities in Oxford and Cambridge, will build apps and help govern the Oasis Network
The Oasis Network, which has a stated goal of giving back users control and ownership over their personal information, said the program has more than 20 founding members.