BCB Group Integrates Privus Security Solution on Its Trading Platform

The solution will ensure clients’ privacy and security for all transactions on the platform.

London-based cryptocurrency broker BCB Group has partnered with Swiss tech security firm Privus to integrate the latter’s privacy and security technology into its digital client trading communication platform.

Privus’s technology will provide a full spectrum solution to ensure the security of digital communication. Moreover, its Secureline service will support BCB Group’s trading communications with clients. This will ensure the security of the platform while processing clients’ personal and financial information.

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Commenting on this integration, BCB Group’s CEO Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie said: “Our aim has always been to provide the highest levels of service to our clients through bringing the best practices of traditional financial services into digital currency markets. This move underlines our mission to be a world-class partner to institutions globally when making decisions in the cryptocurrency arena – both in terms of effective service levels, and from a security perspective.”

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BCB’s expansion

BCB Group’s brokerage service offer their investors access to cryptocurrencies across the spectrum of the asset class by providing infrastructure covering onboarding, execution, settlement, reporting, and custodianship.

Earlier in April, BCB Group extended its service to institutional investors by offering prime brokerage solution.

Moreover, to attract clients from across the globe BCB Group is providing crypto trading against 23 fiats including major currencies like GBP (for all onshore clients), EUR, and USD.

“The opportunity to work with a first-rate company in the cryptocurrency market is an important step in consolidating our position as a global reference in digital privacy and security,” Henrique Corrêa da Silva, CEO of Privus, said.

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