Blockchain software firm BitGo announced last week it has added Dash to its list of currencies. BitGo also reported it now supports 85 coins and tokens as part of its list of digital currencies. The addition of Dash comes just a few months after BitGo announced its support for Zcash.
BitGo describes Dash as a new money system that allows users to make instant payments online or in-store using a secure open-source platform hosted by thousands of users around the world. BitGo claims that its platform allows users to easily create wallets for Dash and other currencies and view their combined holdings in one place with a total USD value. Speaking about the Dash launch, Ryan Taylor, CEO of Dash stated:
“There are many benefits of integrating Dash into BitGo’s industry-leading services. First, it introduces a comprehensive custodial solution to the Dash network. BitGo will also be the first to provide an enterprise-class multi-signature wallet, which will enable institutions to safely leverage Dash at scale as part of their operations.”
As previously reported, BitGo provides digital wallets, offline vaults, single integration APIs and private blockchains to world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges and financial enterprises conducting over $12 billion in monthly transactions.
“BitGo is the world’s largest processor of on-chain bitcoin transactions, processing 15% of all global bitcoin transactions, and $15 billion per month across all cryptocurrencies. BitGo supports more than 75 coins and tokens, has over $2 billion in assets in wallet, and our customer base includes the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges and spans more than 50 countries.”
Earlier this year, the company launched BitGo Custody to deliver custody purpose-built for digital assets. BitGo is headquartered in California and has offices in London, Singapore, and Tokyo.