BitGo is a blockchain company that was founded in 2013 by Mike Belshe and Ben Davenport and the main office is currently headquartered in Palo Alto, California. The main goal of the company is the BitGo digital wallet that was initially an online storage only for Bitcoin though the system now supports almost all of the popular altcoins. This web wallet can be connected to any device and the mobile version of the BitGo app allows users to keep the key for it on the gadget. There are two versions of the platform, such as for private and business use and the main difference between them that the second one has access to the large, verified cryptocurrency trading platforms. Besides cryptocurrency online storage, the BitGo wallet offers special tools for keeping digital money and other kinds of assets offline.
The Twitter hackers left inconspicuous Bitcoin trails leading to and from major exchanges that should be able to uncover their identities.
Twitter Hack Autopsy: Coinbase, Binance, BitGo May Know Hackers ID
Major digital asset firm BitGo announces API support for the Financial Action Task Force’s travel rule.
BitGo Releases Crypto Wallet Compliance Tool for FATF's Travel Rule
Major American digital asset financial services firm BitGo is releasing a new full-service trading platform designed for institutional investors.
BitGo Launches Full-Service Institutional Trading Platform, BitGo Prime
Cryptocurrency custodian BitGo will provide its services to Indian exchange CoinDCX, offering secure storage and partial insurance for assets traded on the plat...
BitGo to Provide Custody Services to Indian Crypto Exchange CoinDCX
The Litecoin Foundation announced on May 7 that it would migrate from the multi-sig Electrum-LTC wallet to BitGo’s multi-sig wallet.
Litecoin Foundation Migrates to BitGo’s Multi-Signature Wallet
BitGo has bought Lumina, a company that provides tax and portfolio management solutions for institutional investors.
BitGo Offers Tax Tracking Services for Institutional Clients by Acquiring Lumina
Civic Wallet is now offering “FDIC-like insurance” for cryptocurrency holdings worth up to $1,000,000.
Civic Wallet Now Offers $1M ‘FDIC-Like Insurance’ for Crypto