Simple and Secure


step 1

Customer sends a deposit


Token staking

REPO interest



step 1

Customer requests a withdrawal

step 2

REDOT performs verification and generates a transaction

step 3

Transaction is signed by M-of-N signatures per SLA

step 4

Customer receives funds

Licensed Exchange Designed for Institutions

Digital Asset

Audits, Bug Bounty

Segregated Multisig Cold Storage

Internal Activity Logging

No Single Point of Failure

Data & Identity Authentication

Physical Security Protocols

Best Custody.

No single points of failure by design in custody processes
Fund transfer based on strict SLAs of 1 to 24h
Security audits, bug bounty, whitehat hacker engagement
Segregated multi-signature M-of-N key storage
Private keys split into pieces that must be assembled to execute transactions
Access via UI or modern APIs
Network Participation enabling on-chain staking and governance
Regular change of management and physical security protocols
Direct deposits to Redot’s battle-tested cold storage
Authentication to verify identity and instructions of customers
Extensive client-side transaction reporting
Stringent regulatory oversight by EU based regulator
Support for virtually any digital assets upon request
Internal activity logging with detailed monitoring and alerts
24/7 responsive client support
No setup fee minimums, freemium model
Enhanced yield via REPO on balances

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Cryptocurrency Custody

The primary concern of all cryptocurrency investors is where to store their Bitcoin, Ether, and other assets. Security breaches and hacks are prevalent, with the infamous Mt Gox breach being just one example of a series of attacks on traders' funds. These attacks have not decreased; instead, malicious actors have gotten bolder and more creative in their approaches. Most exchanges offer built-in wallets for simplicity of use, but before you choose your exchange, there are a few things you should consider.