Coinbase Custody to Support Dvision Network (DVI) – Press release Bitcoin News

PRESS RELEASE. Blockchain platform Dvision Network has revealed that digital asset custodian platform ‘’Coinbase Custody’’ will be providing a cold-storage solution for its native token DVI.

Major development for Dvision Network

Dvision Network stated that the development had been in the works in recent months with the blockchain cooperating closely with the Coinbase Custody team during this period. This culminated in Coinbase Custody officially approving the DVI token and supporting it within their custodial service. It should be noted that Coinbase Custody follows a strict process and carries out a thorough and complex audit review of the DVI token during the trial period.

This development was confirmed on the 25th of January in a Tweet by Coinbase Custody which revealed that DVI token is now part of the tokens supported on its platform. This means that DVI holders can safely store their DVI tokens and other assets including BTC, ETH, USDC, BAT and Link in a safe-proof cold-storage system operated by Coinbase Custody.

It should be noted that Coinbase Custody is a digital-asset custodial service platform that holds customer assets for safekeeping and prevents them from being lost. It integrates similar storage architecture used by the Coinbase exchange and is regarded as one of the top custodial services in the crypto industry.

In addition, Coinbase Custody is recognized in the digital asset market as one of the few custodial services that only supports projects that comply with technical standards and related laws.This is one of the reasons why Dvision Network chose Coinbase Custody to carry out a custodian relationship with one of the most trusted and largest custody providers in the world.

The addition of DVI token to Coinbase Custody represents the extensive works that have been put into the project by the Dvision developers. With this integration, DVI token can join a list of top tokens supported on the custodial…

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