The Asian digital assets financial services platform Matrixport has formed a partnership with and MetaOpus to offer NFT investors best in class custody solutions.
MetaOpus, an asset issuance and trading platform, is powered by BlockCreateArt (BCA) Network. With this partnership, Matrixport will provide institutional-grade storage and protection measures for high-net-worth, institutional and retail investors.
The NFT-tailored services include secure custody, top-auction house consignment, and on and offline exhibition curation. Matrixport will also provide institutional custody solutions for assets of Vulcan DAO (Decentralised Autonomous Organisation), Asia’s first DAO-based art fund, including CyptoPunks, Meebits, and Great Mercy Universe amongst other NFT assets.
Speaking on their partnership with MetaOpus, John Ge, the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Matrixport said, “We are witnessing strong demand from crypto investors for new pathways to invest and manage their wealth. The partnership with MetaOpus reflects our commitment to meet such evolving demands in a secure and trusted manner.”
MetaOpus is an NFT marketplace curated with the best creators around the world to empower the future of art and collectibles for the metaverse. It provides a range of supporting services such as secure hosting, top auction house delivery, online and offline curation for high-net-worth NFT holders and institutions.
“With NFT sales volume reaching $2.5 billion in the first half of this year, the market represents unparalleled opportunities for yield generation. We want to enable our customers to unlock even greater value from their crypto through new, innovative avenues,” added Ge.
As the fastest growing crypto platform in Asia, Matrixports exponential growth has been driven by robust technology capabilities, best-in-class security standards, and innovative product offerings, such as its first-mover products ETH 2.0 Staking and BTC-U Range Sniper. Based in Singapore, Matrixport has over $10 billion in assets under management and custody, with $5 billion in monthly transaction volume.