Multi-Signature, Account Management and Custody Services for Institutional Investors
Right after the tweet, Justin Sun explained that the two new features of Multi-signature and Account management will go a long way in meeting the needs of institutional clients of BitGo. The latter firm had announced last week that it would start supporting TRX later this year. BitGo has several tailor made digital asset solutions for institutional investors.
Justin Sun explained how the new features will be instrumental in BitGo offering TRX support to its base of institutional clients.
Multi-sig, acct mng and custody are three major requirements from institution. Recently we have received numerous demands from hedge funds, mainstream investors and financial institution. With 3.5 upgrade and the partnership with
@BitGo, #TRON is ready! #TRX $TRX
The 3.5 Version of the Tron protocol is scheduled for release on the 28th of this month. This is two days away and the upgrade aims at introducing 4 new features as outlined by the following tweet by Justin Sun making the announcement.
#TRON will launch 3.5 hard fork upgrade on 2/28. New Features: 1. multi-sig and acct mng, institution ready 2. Dynamic energy adjustment to real-time network performance 3. 50% up performance & res usage 4. Better VM safety, events server for Dapps. Go! #TRX $TRX
More on BitGo Supporting TRX
As earlier mentioned, BitGo announced that it will be adding TRX support later this year. The firm, which is based out of Palo Alto, California, offers 5 digital asset solutions for all its institutional clients.
- custody services
- business wallet
- self-managed storage
- private blockchains
BitGo’s custody solutions have one of the most advanced cold storage that include KYC/AML (Know Your Customer and/or Anti-Money Laundering). In the case of business wallets, BitGo offers clients the advantage of multi-signatures with three-key management. The latter two services is what the Tron protocol upgrade aims to address.
In crypto, Multi Signature(MultiSig) requires a set number of trusted parties to sign a transaction before it is recorded on the blockchain. Such measures are similar to how traditional cheques by large organizations usually have 2 or more signatories chosen from members of the board. These signatures provide additional security by guaranteed that the movement of funds has been authorized by the board members responsible for company finances.