BRD Expands Into Enterprise With Blockset Blockchain Service, BTC And XRP Chains Supported
- BRD set to offer corporate partners a cheaper and more efficient way of deploying their apps with Blockset
- Currently, it only supports BTC and XRP chains and has already reeled in major partners in the financial world
After using the digital wallets that were currency available and seeing the poor user experience as well as losing $1000 in BTC and Aaron Voisine, BRD co-founder envisioned a digital wallet that would be secure and easy to use.
BRD is a simple and secure onramp to bitcoin, ethereum, and other digital currencies according to their website. They have currently grown their presence to 170 countries and servicing a clientele of close to 3 million, handling over $6 billion in digital assets.
BRD announced the launch of its new Blockchain product, Blockset which will set BRD on a new course to satisfy the robust ever-growing banking and finance industry needs. It will consolidate BRD key values of privacy and security on which BRD has built its reputation as a leader in the industry.
Blockset is a mega platform that has custom sets of tools that will offer developer teams the opportunity to build customized for sale Blockchain apps, ease data access, reducing time and transactional costs.
According to CEO and co-founder Alex Traidman Blockset is set to satisfy the need for big crypto companies and banks to hasten the delivery time of the propriety solutions globally especially with the new opportunities opened up by the increased appetite for digital assets ownership and trades. This will also reduce their development and deployment costs significantly.
“That is why we developed our own proprietary platform (Blockset) which banks, financial services, and large crypto companies will now be able to leverage to accelerate their time to market and deliver enterprise solutions to scale on a global basis for a fraction of the development costs.”
They have already received backing from quite a number of corporate leaders such as SBI Holdings, PayPal, KPMG, and Ripple’s Xpring. They are also targeting to bring onboard partners and system integrators to boost their market presence in the near future.
Blockset has been made available for the market however prioritizing mostly corporate clients. The wallet currently supports BTC and XRP and intends to offer Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Hedera (HBAR) and Ethereum (ETH) options by the end of March. Alex Traidman was confident that Blockset would open up exciting opportunities to all those who came on board.