Digital Asset Custody Service Launched by SolarisBank

Solaris Digital Asset Custody Service
Solaris Digital Asset Custody Service

German FinTech banking provider, SolarisBank, today announced the launch of a new custody platform service for a digital asset. As with the company’s digital banking products, the platform is API-accessible and integrates into its partner’s own websites and apps.

Fully Licenced Digital Asset Custody Service Solution

The new platform is run as a subsidiary of solarisBank, called Solaris Digital Assets GmbH. However, the Digital Asset Custody Service integrates fully with the rest of the solarisBank digital banking suite.

SolarisBank is fully licenced and regulated in the German market, and the API-accessible nature of its platform means that partner companies can benefit from this when creating their own solutions.

Essentially, partners can concentrate on building web and app-based front-ends which connect to the Solaris APIs behind the scenes. Thereby they can remain secure and compliant, without having to design, build, and licence their own Digital Asset Custody Service solutions.

Balancing Security And Accessibility

Of course, the eternal balancing act for digital asset custodial solutions is that of security against accessibility. Solaris addresses this by storing private keys on a distributed cluster of hardware security modules, connected to a digital bookkeeping system.

It claims that this keeps assets out of reach of malicious agents but instantly accessible to end-users. Any asset-transfer initiates a multi-validation process, and a compliance engine also monitors transactions for suspicious activity.

Solaris hopes that this API-accessible custody solution spurs digital asset adoption amongst the wider general public.

Leading Europe’s Digital Banking Charge

SolarisBank has been instrumental in driving digital asset infrastructure in Europe. In September it partnered with the Stuttgart stock exchange to provide fully regulated trading of bitcoin, ether, XRP and Litecoin.

Earlier this year, it also enabled crypto-banking service, Bitwala, to offer fully-fledged crypto bank accounts and debit cards, through its digital banking API. It also powered Bitbond’s first regulated security token offering (STO) in the German market.