Tangany Offers A White-Label Custody Solution For Crypto Assets

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You are listening to the audio track of a YouTube interview Find all the interviews at YouTube com Startupradio Tangany Offers a White-Label Custody Solution for Crypto AssetsOur clients do not need to apply for a license to become a custodian we already are and offer our service Martin Kreitmair CEO and Co-Founder Tangany Media PartnershipThis podcast is in media partnership with the FinTech Forum http www fintechforum de The FinTech Forum - launched 2013 in Frankfurt am Main - is the first and largest hub for FinTechs in Continental Europe with a community of more than 12 000 companies With more than 17 events with more than 270 startups on stage and more than 1 000 investors and financial institutions FTF alumni have raised 310mn in funding and resulted in exits worth 300mn nbsp Our level of paranoia level is right at the top The security for crypto assets must be even on a higher level than for banks Martin Kreitmair CEO and Co-Founder Tangany nbsp The FounderWe talk to the CEO and Co-Founder Martin Kreitmair https www linkedin com in martin-kreitmair He is not only with Tangany but also a member of the Board of Germany s blockchain association called Bundesblock https bundesblock de nbsp He has a master s in computer science and has been working at a startup for more than seven years where he was hired as the 7th nbsp employee and saw the company grow nbsp First we were two founders joined by former colleagues from an agency Martin Kreitmair CEO and Co-Founder Tangany nbsp Martin became interested early in Blockchain and Bitcoin but was no miner which he partly regrets now He felt like it was the right time to start his company after many years as a startup employee nbsp Security is key for crypto custody Martin Kreitmair CEO and Co-Founder Tangany The StartupTangany https tangany com nbsp is the all-in-one cloud suite to easily offer crypto and digital asset custody to your clients and customers They do not offer services for retail customers but rather to fintechs and financial institutions for save keeping of digital and crypto assets including but not limited to cryptocurrencies They are a regulated custodian The product of Tangany is a white-label tool via API to enable their customers like startups so they can offer crypto wallets to their retail -clients The big advantage of Tangany for their clients is that they don t need to get a license since the company is already regulated under German law to be a custodian nbsp It took us a very very long time to design our architecture to the highest thinkable level of security Martin Kreitmair CEO and Co-Founder Tangany nbsp Excited about a Digital EuroTangany would be quite happy if a digital Euro based on Blockchain is realized this would be a huge opportunity for them Since every citizen would need a digital wallet as Tangany could provide nbsp I am very convinced that a digital Euro will come one way or another Martin Kreitmair CEO and Co-Founder Tangany nbsp Venture Capital FundingTangany raised a venture capital round in January 2020 and currently they are in preparation for another round nbsp Further Readings Additional Resources nbsp Custodian nbsp https www investopedia com terms c custodian asp nbsp Feedback nbsp Reach out to us here is our audience survey to give us feedback suggest topics interview partners or just to say Hallo nbsp https forms gle mLV6mVKwGwKuut8BA nbsp The InterviewerThis interview was conducted by J rn Joe Menninger startup scout founder and host of Startuprad io Reach out to him LinkedIn Twitter Email nbsp Follow us on Social MediaInstagram nbsp https www instagram com startuprad io LinkedIn nbsp https www linkedin com company 4837115 Twitter nbsp https twitter com startuprad io Folge direkt herunterladenClick here to visit this podcast episode