The company’s announcement published on Tuesday does not include a lot of details about the new offerings or how they will work. However, the announcement suggests that the new offering will be largely powered by SEBA’s platform.
SEBA is a Swiss-based bank fully licensed by Swiss financial regulator FINMA. The bank was founded back in April 2018 and is focused on providing its customers with an easy way to connect traditional and digital assets. SEBA supports BTC, ETH, XLM, LTC, and ETC.
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