Germany's third-largest bank, DZ Bank, has launched a blockchain-based digital custody platform for institutional investors. The platform is designed to cater to institutional clients and enable them to engage in cryptocurrency investments. DZ Bank has plans to extend its services to include the purchase of cryptocurrencies for both institutional investors and individual customers. The bank has applied for a crypto custody license from the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) to offer secure storage and management of digital assets. This move aligns with a growing trend among German banks to embrace cryptocurrencies, despite the country's strict regulatory environment. Other banks, such as Deutsche WertpapierServiceBank, DWS, Commerzbank, and DekaBank, are also seeking crypto custody licenses. Additionally, Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered's venture arm SC Ventures are exploring a solution to enable seamless communication between blockchain-based transactions, stablecoins, and central bank digital currencies. BitGo has also obtained a cryptocurrency custody license from BaFin in Germany.
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