Platon Finance offers insured crypto wallet
Platon Finance has released its insured crypto wallet, securing users assets up to $500,000 and promoting adoption.
Czech company, Platon Finance, is a crypto hub aimed at educating people about the empowering world of cryptocurrencies, and the potential of blockchain technology. The company has just released its insured crypto wallet – potentially a world first – that offers security for up to $500,000 in assets.
The crypto sector is still plagued by scams and hacks, with crypto being lost or compromised by even the largest names in the space. Customers have few legal guarantees, and redress through official channels is often sparse to non-existent. This has dissuaded a substantial proportion of the population from investigating and buying bitcoin. Now, the landscape is changing.
Platon Wallets are insured by Lloyd’s Syndicate, a British insurance market where members join hands as syndicates to insure and spread risks of different businesses, organisations, and individuals, represented by Platon’s partner Anderson a.s. Customers are insured against hackers, lost funds, and attacks from within the company for up to $500,000.
Platon Finance was founded in 2016 by Julie Tanner and her husband, initially to educate the general audience about the benefits of blockchain. Tanner’s vision is that Platon wallets are for everyone, existing crypto users, and crypto novices and the service is open to customers from anywhere in the world.
Our product focuses on the mainstream audience, not just the big institutions. Assets’ protection should be offered to everybody, and that’s exactly what we are doing. Our focus is on the community, and the power of the community.
Members of the Platon club are able to access the simple, yet powerful platform for global crypto and blockchain adoption.