Breaking Barriers: Solving Multi-Chain Asset Security on Wallet Infrastructure

| November 17, 2023

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Multi-Chain Asset Security on Wallet Infrastructure

The developments in the blockchain world are bringing several new networks, all offering innovative utility powered by robust developer communities. Users now enjoy more options than ever for their decentralized needs, with ecosystems across chains witnessing notable usage. As a result, the demand for tokens from various blockchains remains high.

Simultaneously, the services revolving around them are observing burgeoning usage too. Centralized entities like exchanges, market makers, fund managers, and other institutions are doing their best to meet these demands. In the process, they store, manage, and transact an array of assets originating from various blockchains and possessing different token standards.

Existing wallet solutions cannot catch up with all digital assets and provide a single interface for them. Institutions are, thus, forced to use multiple wallet infrastructures to meet the multi-chain service demands of their clients. While they must accommodate assets becoming fixtures in blockchain ecosystems, using fragmented wallet setups carries risks.

Fragmented Multi-Chain Wallet Management

Using various wallet solutions requires institutions to rely on multiple wallet providers and securely maintain every channel. Essentially, they are now faced with several points of failure, and not securing even one can lead to cybercriminals wreaking havoc.

Crypto platforms and institutions offering exchange, trading, staking, and other services are entrusted by their users to securely manage their assets. The platforms implement complex storage solutions to implement safety for the multi-chain assets in their custody. They introduce different compartments to their storage and transactional frameworks, adding to the security of their platforms. The idea is to bring in redundancy between cold storage that houses the assets and the hot withdrawal wallets users interact with.

That way, users can still access instant liquidity at a click of a button. Simultaneously, most tokens entrusted with institutions remain securely stored in offline wallets, away from cyber threats. Additionally, hot and cold wallets are utilized in MPC and multisig configurations. The flow of funds from cold wallets to hot wallets and vice versa requires multiple trusted institution personnel to sign the transactions. Therefore, no one individual can make away with institutional funds.

Nevertheless, these transactions help maintain sufficient liquidity in hot wallets by periodically replenishing them with funds from cold storage. Conversely, when the holdings in hot wallets through user deposits surpass a designated safe threshold, the excess funds are swept to cold storage.

Clearly, institutions providing custodian and staking services for several assets and protocols will find these measures onerous. The redundancies keep them defensive to volatile price actions of crypto assets, leading to increased strain during user withdrawal demands. Since transactions require multiple personnel to sign them manually, institutions are left with no efficient way to deal with such scenarios. Add the fragmented wallet infrastructures for multi-chain assets to the mix, and you can see what a complicated affair it can become.

Interoperable Security Measures Dilemma

Asset storage security in crypto institutions comes with the sacrifice of efficiency. Offering multi-chain services further pushes efficiency out of the window. While institutions find themselves in a constant dilemma of trading efficiency for security, they tap into features and practices that offer some equilibrium between them.

Validation Incentivization and Slashing Mechanism

First things first, institutions operate on the security provided by blockchain networks. While dealing with tremendous value and offering services such as custody and staking, institutions rely on the security crypto assets derive at a protocol level. The most popular modern-day assets are compatible with smart contracts and operate on Proof-of-Stake (PoS) networks.

PoS networks are secured by validators who confirm transactions by filling blocks and adding them to the blockchain. The prerequisite to becoming a validator on any network is to stake a considerable sum of its native tokens. The stake acts as a security deposit, resulting in the network slashing it, in part or in full, if the validator deviates from honest behavior. Otherwise, they are rewarded sizeably for their efforts in securing it. These economic punishments and incentives keep PoS networks secured and the institutions managing and transacting PoS network assets safe.

Off-Chain Validations

Reliance on blockchain security may not work efficiently in all aspects of institutional operations. Well-known networks like Ethereum witness large transaction volumes and are often congested resulting in slow transaction confirmations. Institutions can switch to off-chain validations instead.

They can offer settlements at a platform level without any changes on-chain. Essentially, assets do not leave institution storage. Transactions like asset trading and swaps are simply updated on users’ platform accounts, with no on-chain action until they request to withdraw their funds. Off-chain settlements relieve institutions from transacting on-chain and kicking in their complex security protocols.

Even then, institutions may feel the heat while users begin making withdrawal requests, especially during high withdrawal. They can then turn to layer-2 solutions for transacting between their wallet components and user wallets. Such off-chain transactions are affordable and done at quick speeds while eventually being settled on secure layer-1 chains, offering massive convenience.

Audits and Bug Bounties

Utilizing blockchain security addresses only a part of institutional security. Institutions must build platforms that are secure themselves. Holding massive amounts of crypto is no joke, with cybercriminals always around the corner. Institutions must audit their software before their platforms go live to stay resilient to hacks.

Audits simulate external attacks to find bugs and vulnerabilities, letting platforms know the shortcomings in their software framework. They act as the first step to ensure platform security. Once platforms go live, they can seek the help of online white hacker communities through bug bounty programs. Essentially, white hat hackers are paid bounties to identify and report security issues in platforms. Institutions fix the issues hence and secure their software from possible attacks.

Liminal Is Solving Multi-Chain Asset Security Issues on A Wallet Infrastructure Level

Institutions find themselves in a peculiar place – limited measures to handle the need for heightened security and efficiency. While the methods they utilize now are a good start, it is not a sustainable approach. Black swan events can render asset flows inefficient, at best. At worst, wallet infrastructures and their components may get breached, leading to massive losses.

At Liminal, we are scaling institutions to keep up with the burgeoning multi-chain approach the crypto ecosystem is taking. Institutions can now break free from fragmented wallet infrastructures and rely on Liminal’s unified multi-chain storage infrastructure. From there, they can scale their operations, offering secure storage and efficient processes. Services like staking will also witness increased security and efficiency with Liminal integration.

The need for high-level institutional security demands a compartmentalized wallet infrastructure. Our automated infrastructures comprising cold, warm, and hot wallets are present in MPC and multisig configurations to serve that need. Moreover, the storage solutions come with multi-chain capabilities, allowing institutions to access over 1800+ assets on over 18 chains. All that on a single dashboard.

What’s more, institutions can also indulge in multi-chain staking prospects from the dashboard and keep track of their rewards and APRs. Liminal also brings cold wallet integration to the staking process. Institutions can direct their multi-chain assets from unified cold storage to staking contracts on supported blockchains.

Additionally, transaction limits with specific wallets and contracts can be set by institutions. Thus, they can transact safely with staking contracts, user wallets, DeFi applications, and between their wallet components.

Liminal brings enterprise-grade security to the multi-chain approach leading crypto institutions are taking, making it safer for them to adopt more blockchains into their ecosystem. While security is indispensable, our solutions also bring efficiency to the process. Thus, institutions can manage thousands of assets on supported blockchains conveniently bringing them the best of both worlds.

More on Crypto

The evident rise of digital asset adoption is directly proportional to the rise of institutional participation, aiding and abetting the cause of making them easily accessible and safe to operate, following the standard norms of compliance. 

With the pace at which institutions are throwing liquidity in the market, amping up the count for daily transactions made, the need for building user-compatible applications, stringent monitoring engines, and fully customized workflow processes to detect anomalies becomes inevitable for the digital assets market. 

Currently, most institutions managing their wallets on either a self-custody infrastructure or integrated with a qualified digital asset custodian manually drive transaction monitoring, leading to bottlenecks and missed opportunities in detecting risks. 

This problem arises primarily for such institutions’ security and compliance teams, whether they should run behind increased security or strive for efficiency. 

Enter Liminal Firewall–a dynamic, policy-based solution designed to secure and automate digital asset transactions by monitoring them for risk and compliance checks for your custody account. 

Aimed at solving complexities involved in institutional wallets and automating the process of checking transactions for risk and compliance based checks. 

Understanding risks in institutional transactions

For institutions, the risk profiles for each transaction are different; that needs not a standard rule of checks to identify and eliminate them, but a more customized approach.  

The spectrum of vulnerabilities in digital asset transactions is vast. It includes anomalies in transactions that may signal market manipulation, irregularities in compliance checks that could expose institutions to risk, and even the potential for fraudulent actors to divert funds to illicit addresses. Tackling these challenges requires a comprehensive and strategic approach.

Risk assessment doesn’t stop at secure transactions. As operations expand, automation becomes crucial. It streamlines workflows, identifies potential security and compliance issues, and facilitates efficient monitoring, ultimately leading to a more robust risk management system.

But, building a middleware solution is just as hard as building a completely secure network for institutional wallets. 

Liminal Firewall Engine

Securing Transactions Dynamically

Liminal’s Firewall introduces dynamic policy control to your organization’s transactions. By screening them against multiple parameters, it ensures that every transaction, whether incoming or outgoing, meets the highest standards of security and compliance.

The Intuitive Rule Engine

Using Liminal’s intuitive rule engine, craft policies that align with your business risk profile. These fully customized, rule-based policies track and approve transactions, pre-screening them for security, compliance, and anomaly threats before reaching the signer.

Ensuring Travel Rule and KYT Compliance

Leverage Liminal’s built-in integration with compliance providers like Notabene and TRM Labs. This integration facilitates seamless adherence to travel rules and Know Your Transaction (KYT) compliance, automating your entire compliance operation according to jurisdictional requirements.

Customizing Firewall Policies for Your Needs

Customise firewall policies to meet your specific needs, regardless of the transaction type or scale. Explore key policies:

  1. Transfer and Limit Policy:
  • Define transfer and withdrawal limits: Set maximum amounts for individual transfers and withdrawals based on asset type, user roles, or risk profiles. This prevents unauthorized large-scale movements and helps manage operational risks.
  • Schedule transfers and withdrawals: Allow predefined transfers to occur automatically at specific times, simplifying recurring payments or investments.
  • Multi-approval workflows: Implement multi-signature authorization for exceeding specific limits, adding an extra layer of security to prevent unauthorized transactions.
  • Whitelisting trusted recipients: Limit transfers to pre-approved addresses, enhancing security and reducing the risk of accidental or fraudulent transactions.
  1. Travel Rule Policy:
  • Automatic data collection: Seamlessly collect required transaction details (sender, recipient, amount, timestamp) for transfers exceeding designated thresholds.
  • Secure data sharing: Integrate with Travel-Rule compliant platforms to securely share data with other VASPs (Virtual Asset Service Providers) as mandated by regulations.
  • Configurable thresholds: Set different thresholds for different jurisdictions or asset types, ensuring compliance and optimizing data management.
  • Auditing and reporting: Generate comprehensive reports on Travel Rule compliance and data sharing activities, facilitating regulatory audits and internal monitoring.
  1. Transaction Risk Policy:
  • Dynamic risk scoring: Apply risk scores to each transaction based on factors like transaction size, destination address, sender’s risk profile, and historical activity.
  • Real-time risk assessment: Implement real-time transaction monitoring to identify and flag suspicious activities based on defined risk parameters.
  • Customizable risk factors: Tailor risk parameters to your specific requirements and risk tolerance, ensuring a balanced security and operational efficiency approach.
  • Automated alerts and notifications: Receive immediate alerts about high-risk transactions, allowing for swift intervention and investigation if necessary.
  1. Transaction Anomaly Policy:
  • Advanced anomaly detection: Leverage machine learning algorithms to identify unusual transaction patterns deviating from historical baselines, potentially indicating fraudulent activity.
  • Customizable anomaly rules: Define specific rules for detecting anomalies based on factors like transaction size, frequency, location, or time of day.
  • Granular alert levels: Set different alert levels based on the severity of the detected anomaly, enabling prioritized investigation and response.
  • Integration with external services: Integrate with threat intelligence platforms to leverage additional data and insights for enhanced anomaly detection.

How Liminal Firewall works?

Imagine a seamless flow that empowers security and compliance teams. Liminal Firewall sits at the critical juncture, monitoring all the inbound and outbound transactions to check if they come under the risk parameter or execute if they pass the parameter. 

  • Policy Setup: Tailored, custom policies are established to counter key threats.
  • Automatic Enforcement: The policies are enforced automatically, eliminating the margin for manual errors.
  • Integration: Liminal Firewall integrates compliance and risk-checking mechanisms.
  • Initiation: Transaction starts within the institutional workflow.
  • Liminal Firewall Analysis: Real-time analysis of transaction details against predefined policies.
  • Policy Enforcement: Automatic application of tailored policies to mitigate risks.
  • Decision Categorization: Transaction goes through three categories of approve, decline, and review requested  
  • Signing: If the transaction gets approved for all parameters, it goes to the signing phase

How Liminal Firewall Works

Integration with Notabene & TRM Labs for compliance checking

From compliance giants to technology pioneers, Liminal Firewall unites the best minds in the industry. This collaborative spirit fuels our commitment to your digital asset security. 

  • Travel Rule by Notabene: Strengthening cross-border transactions.
  • KYC/AML by TRM Labs: Elevating identity verification and anti-money laundering measures.

Reinforce Your Security and Compliance

The surge in digital asset adoption has propelled institutional involvement, emphasizing the necessity for accessible and secure operations aligned with compliance standards. As transaction volumes escalate, the demand for better automation tools to track and mitigate transactional risks become imperative. 

Building a secure institutional wallet and digital asset custody infrastructure at Liminal, configured with an advanced automation engine, our Firewall engine is another step in the process of fast-pacing the everyday operational tasks for security and compliance teams. 

Understanding the multifaceted risks associated with institutional transactions underscores the importance of customized risk assessment and management approaches. Liminal Firewall’s intuitive rule engine and comprehensive policies empower organizations to fortify transaction security, ensure compliance with regulations such as the Travel Rule and KYC/AML, and mitigate various threats effectively.

February 29, 2024

The digital asset industry is more popular than ever, but it still has a lot of gas in the tank. Its current prevalence makes it accepted beyond the niche subsection of retail investors and cryptographic enthusiasts. Financial institutions are also dipping their feet into the digital asset waters, trying to capitalize on the ingenuity the assets bring to finance.

With the recent listing of Bitcoin ETFs by mammoth financial houses, the scope of investing in digital assets for institutional investors has opened up for the better. 

So, what’s changed the game for institutions? Previously, many were hesitant to jump into the digital asset world due to concerns about managing private keys securely, finding reliable custodians, and ensuring smooth transaction processing. 

Digital Assets are catching the attention of all kinds of institutional houses

With the true potential of this asset class far from reached, many investors are flocking to get some, or lots, knowing how their values can be appreciated enormously in the times to come. Assets like Bitcoin constantly show how they can multiply investments severalfold when timed correctly.

Beyond that, digital assets have proved to be great stores of value over longer durations, helping beat the corrosive effects of inflation on fiat currency. Worried about the short-term volatility of these assets, most institutional houses prefer to hold on to them for extended periods.

Family Offices Find Themselves Growing Closer to Digital Assets. 

And that has positioned family offices perfectly to jump into the digital asset landscape. Single- and multi-family offices working to preserve and grow the wealth of affluent, high-net-worth families have begun making digital assets a significant part of their overall investment portfolios, looking to tap into the burgeoning potential of blue-chip tokens and altcoins.  

Blockchain and Web3 implementations depict their ability to transform the tech and finance industries over the coming decades. Logically, family offices are turning to digital assets at the center of the transformation to set future generations up with this lucrative innovation. While these investment strategies look to become generational, family offices must make several considerations, including educating themselves about the asset class and implementing effective risk management strategies.

Choosing the ideal custodian is imperative for Family Offices

A stop-stop solution for Family Offices to maneuver their way into simplified digital asset investing and management is with digital asset custodians

Handling millions or billions of dollars in assets is no sweat for experienced custodians. They have an arsenal of solutions from wallet options like hot and cold wallets, Multi-Sig and MPC configurations compliance integrations, regulatory licenses, institutional-grade custody structures, succession planning tools, and more. But choosing the right one for your specific situation is crucial.

Family offices are best suited to choosing the services of third-party custodians for managing the digital assets in their portfolios. Self-storage solutions come with a steep learning curve and, more consequentially, the possibilities of irrecoverable asset loss if the private keys securing the assets are mishandled or lost. There is no recourse from that, possibly jeopardizing vast amounts of value.

So, relying on reputed custodians specializing in managing digital assets for clients interacting with massive volumes is the best bet for family offices. Their convenience and security make them the pragmatic option for anyone beyond the average retail digital asset investor who deals with less significant values.

What to Look for When Choosing a Custodian

While several custodians operate in the digital asset landscape, family offices must choose the right one for various reasons. Let’s examine what they must focus on and how it can make their interactions with the asset class seamless.

Secure Infrastructure

Dealing with digital assets revolves around secure infrastructure, especially when trusting third parties to manage them. After all, the amount of security breaches around private key handling leads to losses in the billions in the industry every year. Custodians possessing secure infrastructure and integrating best practices to store private keys and transfer data regarding user accounts are the ones to look for.

Identifying such custodians requires checking if they hold cybersecurity certifications, including SOC2 (Systems and Organizations Control 2) and CCSS (CryptoCurrency Security Certification) certificates, which they obtain upon intense scrutiny and audits by the issuing agencies. Simultaneously, custodians engaging in continuous bug bounties and penetration testing stay safe from emerging cybersecurity risks.

Insurance

One thing is sure in the digital asset realm – anyone can be a victim of exploits and hacks despite employing all kinds of cybersecurity protection. Cybercriminals can stay one step ahead of all preventive measures, waiting for the right time to attack. And that can lead to the theft of millions of dollars worth of assets from custodian platforms.

Insurance is the recourse for such inevitable situations, ensuring custodian clients regain lost value. It also helps clients access their value if custodians misuse the funds under management and indulge in corrupt, self-serving practices. Think of the FTX catastrophe that caused losses of user values amounting to multiple billions.

Moreover, insurance providers are very strict about the platforms they insure, doing thorough due diligence before taking custodians on board. So, insured platforms are more trustworthy than those that are not.

Regulation-Oriented

Opting for custodians that focus on regulations is a must. Several jurisdictions have rolled out their digital asset regulations, with many more in the process of doing the same. Those in regulated jurisdictions must possess licenses from regulators overseeing their national crypto ecosystems. Others in countries yet to release relevant frameworks are still answerable to financial regulators.

Ergo, choosing licensed custodians, or those following digital asset and other financial regulations in areas without specific regulations, can save family offices many headaches stemming from non-compliance. They often manifest as having the assets entrusted to the custodians frozen or seized by authorities.

Good Track Record

Family offices must stick to well-established custodians favored by institutions and enterprises in the digital asset landscape. Looking for those operating in the industry with extensive and familiar clientele for considerable periods offers the social assurance that family offices need.

Such custodians have earned their reputations by servicing their clients aptly and focusing on their specific needs, making them better options to manage crypto funds. However, that is not to say that family offices should not consider newer custodian solutions.

Looking for ones that follow all best practices, offer avant-garde features, and work towards building trust in the ecosystem can be highly beneficial. Liminal is a custodian making strides in the digital asset management vertical, providing feature-packed solutions with bank-grade security to family offices. It has also received licenses to operate in multiple jurisdictions thanks to its emphasis on a regulation-first approach.

Comprehensive Reach

The digital asset landscape is evolving rapidly, with new tokens that power highly innovative use cases emerging constantly. Simultaneously, several dApps, including DeFi protocols and DAOs, are scattered across various blockchains, proven to offer high-level yields and profit-generation measures.

Engaging with custodians supporting multichain capabilities and allowing family offices to interact with various digital assets and protocols from various chains is necessary. Moreover, they must offer convenient and intuitive workflows on their platforms for their clients to buy, trade, sell, and utilize digital assets and Web3 applications.

Sensible Pricing

A good custody solution does not equate to being expensive. Several custodians offer economical pricing tailored to the needs and usage of family offices rather than rigid, one-size-fits-all plans. Delegating the custodianship of digital assets to such solutions can keep the billables inexpensive while still providing access to a broad range of features and high-quality service.

Conclusion

Digital assets are bleeding into the portfolios of family offices thanks to their capacity to preserve value, build wealth, and complement traditional investment vehicles as an emerging, speculative asset class. While family offices are accepting it wholeheartedly and geared towards indulging in risky assets, top digital assets’ value retention and inflation-beating capabilities set the asset class up for increased adoption.

Of course, dealing with these assets at any point in time requires family offices to be equipped appropriately. It includes choosing the proper digital asset custodian. Partnering with the right one can make all the difference while treading this novel landscape, allowing family offices to hold and generate value from all facets safely.

February 29, 2024

Digital Asset markets have taken a giant leap ever since their categorization from purely being a volatile alternate investment asset to now being a robust and regulated asset class. 

The journey of digital assets, most significantly that of blue-chip tokens like Bitcoin and Ethereum, has been nothing short of a protagonist in the fight against traditional financial systems, investment avenues, and age-old yield mechanisms. 

However, it was only after the introduction of regulation for these digital assets that they garnered huge institutional interest, pushing the scale of adoption and inviting the likes of family offices to partake in the “coming of age” story of investing in digital assets. 

In the underlying characterization of digital assets as the next best portfolio addition for institutional investors, with a significant boost kicking in after the launch of Bitcoin ETFs(with Ethereum ETFs also on their way), there are still reservations as to how to go about tackling the security, custody, and management challenges that come with them. 

To discuss how current market conditions are driving family offices to embrace portfolio diversification strategies that include allocating funds to digital assets, we dive deep into the intricacies of digital asset custody

Challenges In Secure Digital Asset Investing For Family Offices 

Family offices, traditionally known for their conservative investing approach, sit in the middle of the institutional investors’ branch, bringing untapped liquidity into the market. Conventionally, family offices used to rely only on safer investment bets to accrue value for their investments, but now they are increasingly dipping their toes into the dynamic world of digital assets. 

Despite the potential for high returns, family offices have historically faced significant challenges when considering digital assets as an investment class. Factors such as market volatility, regulatory uncertainty, and the need for established custody solutions have deterred many from fully embracing digital assets.

Talking about the key hurdles family offices face in navigating this exciting but complex landscape, here are some top-of-the-line challenges for them:

  1. Security Concerns: The nascent nature of digital assets presents unique security risks. Hacking, scams, and volatile markets can threaten portfolio stability. Family offices need robust custody solutions, advanced cybersecurity measures, and comprehensive risk management strategies to mitigate these threats.
  2. Regulatory Uncertainty: The regulatory landscape surrounding digital assets is still evolving, creating uncertainty and compliance hurdles. Family offices must stay updated on changing regulations and navigate complex compliance requirements across jurisdictions.
  3. Limited Expertise: Building internal expertise in digital assets can be time-consuming and expensive. Family offices often need more in-house knowledge and resources to properly evaluate, manage, and secure their digital asset investments.
  4. Lack of Infrastructure: Integrating digital assets into existing portfolio management systems can take time and effort. Family offices need secure and reliable infrastructure to seamlessly store, manage, track, and report on their digital asset holdings.
  5. Complex Valuation: Accurately valuing digital assets can be difficult due to their volatility and lack of standardized methodologies. Family offices need robust valuation frameworks and access to reliable market data to make informed investment decisions.

Enabling Family Offices to overcome challenges in digital asset custody

The promise of digital assets is undeniable, yet the hurdles for family offices can seem daunting. 

Overcoming the challenges mentioned above and finding the best probable solutions for them becomes a hardcore reality that must be dealt with utmost precision. 

At Liminal, we work extensively with institutions looking to go one step beyond simply investing in digital assets and look to operate them securely under all circumstances. The same logic applies to family offices as well. 

In our pursuit of building such a robust infrastructure solution, tailored to address the challenges faced by family offices fully and to empower them in their journey to moving to a new asset class for investment, we have created a comprehensive custody solution, integrated best-in-class security protocols and provide real-time monitoring and risk management services to proactively identify and mitigate potential threats, giving family offices peace of mind knowing their assets are secure.

  1. Security Concerns:

Fortress-grade custody: We leverage multi-sig and MPC wallets, leading asset-to-insurance ratios, and bank-grade security protocols to ensure the safety of your assets. Our CCSS Level-3 certification and FIPS-compliant hardware devices go the extra mile, minimizing security risks and providing unmatched peace of mind.

Advanced Cybersecurity Measures: Our vigilant team constantly employs 24/7 SOC monitoring, strict access controls, and penetration testing to identify and mitigate potential threats.

Comprehensive Risk Management: Our experts help you create and implement tailored risk management strategies, considering internal vulnerabilities, market fluctuations, and evolving threats.

  1. Regulatory Uncertainty:

Staying Ahead of the Curve: We have a dedicated team of compliance experts who stay abreast of evolving regulations worldwide. We integrate crucial compliance monitoring in our solutions such as KYC/KYB, AML, and Travel Rule checks, to help navigate complexities across jurisdictions and proactively adapt our services to ensure your portfolio remains compliant.

Streamlined Reporting: Our platform generates comprehensive compliance reports automatically, saving you time and resources while ensuring transparency and regulatory adherence.

Regulatory Partnerships: We actively engage with regulatory bodies and industry leaders 

to become accredited custodians. Currently, we hold a TCSP license in Hong Kong and have also received an IPA from ADGM for an FSP license for our Abu Dhabi entity. 

  1. Limited Expertise:

Your Digital Asset Knowledge Hub: Our team of seasoned custody, compliance, wallet, and security professionals offers expert guidance on evaluating, managing, and securing your digital asset investments. We share industry insights, educational resources, and ongoing support to enhance your knowledge base.

Dedicated Account Management: A dedicated account manager serves as your point of contact, providing personalized guidance and support tailored to your specific needs and goals.

Extensive Resource Library: Access easy onboarding docs, a curated developer section, seamless user-guiding workflow, and trending topic discussions through webinars, research whitepapers, and market reports to build your understanding of digital assets and make informed investment decisions.

  1. Lack of Infrastructure:

Seamless Integration: Our API library, Liminal Express, seamlessly integrates with your existing portfolio management systems, creating a smooth and efficient workflow for managing your digital assets.

Secure Storage and Management: We provide institutional-grade hot and cold wallets for self and managed custody infrastructure, eliminating the need to build or manage complex systems.

Automated Workflows: Streamline recurring tasks and automate key processes with our automation engine, with powerful functionalities like smart refill wallet, smart consolidation, and auto-sweep, enhancing efficiency and reducing operational burdens.

  1. Complex Valuation:

Reliable Data and Valuation Tools: We offer access to trusted market data providers and valuation tools tailored for digital assets, enabling you to make informed investment decisions based on accurate assessments.

Insurance-as-a-Service: We have collaborated with Costero brokers to provide the best possible insurance to our clients that covers their entire portfolio at the best market price. 

Asset segregation and transparency: We deploy segregated accounts, succession planning, and no rehypothecation of assets to allow family offices to maximize transparency and access. 

Embracing the Future Of Family Office Investing 

The future of wealth management includes digital assets. Family offices are actively exploring this burgeoning space, recognizing the potential for diversification and growth. Liminal Custody stands as your trusted partner in this journey. As a regulated custodian, we offer best-in-class security, industry-leading compliance solutions, and a dedicated team of experts, empowering you to invest in digital assets confidently.

Let Liminal Custody guide you through the process, making the path towards secure and compliant digital asset investment smooth and efficient. Contact us today and explore the new frontier of wealth management

Remember, while the potential is promising, navigating the digital asset landscape requires careful planning and collaboration with trusted partners. Liminal Custody is here to equip you with the knowledge and resources to succeed.

February 23, 2024

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