Coinbase Became The Largest Crypto Custodian In The World Following The Latest Acquisition | Oracle Times
The Daily Hodl reported that the emails seemed to be from Gregory Harris – a research grants administrator at the University of Cambridge.
“This email came from the legitimate Cambridge domain, contained no malicious elements, passed spam detection, and referenced the backgrounds of the recipients. Over the next couple of weeks, similar emails were received. Nothing seemed amiss.”
On June 17, there was another email that came from the same address and included a malicious link on board.
Coinbase Custody becomes the largest custodian in the world
“This acquisition caps off a tremendous period of growth and innovation for Coinbase">Coinbase Custody. In just over one year since launch, Coinbase">Coinbase Custody has grown to over $7 billion in Assets Under Custody (AUC) stored on behalf of more than 120 clients in 14 different countries, making it the largest, most globally recognized and most trusted institutional custodian in the world,” Coinbase">Coinbase said.
Coinbase to keep serving institutional clients
“In addition to custody, we’re excited to explore new ways to monetize and leverage crypto assets such as staking, borrowing against crypto portfolios, and lending crypto to trusted counterparties.”
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