Read_779 – A Network of Keys

"Clients applying this reasoning should remember that, in bitcoin, no one is too big to fail. There is no government or money printer capable of restoring lost coins, so there are no bailouts. Trusting a single company, no matter their qualifications, to protect your bitcoin creates significant counterparty risk."

~ Dhruv Bansal

We come at you with another read today, this one on the maturation and new developments in the collaborative custody industry. Today we are used to thinking of Bitcoin security as either left with a custodian, or kept in personal cold storage, while I think the future will look back on this as the immature beginnings of one of the most vibrant markets in bitcoin finance. Most of the world will exist in the middle, with shared and distributed custody providers, eliminating single points of failure in markets across the globe… and it all begins, with a network of keys…

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