Bitcoin IRA Has Launched a Turnkey White-Label Solution For Financial Advisor
Based on a recent report, BitcoinIRA.com, the world’s largest and most secure cryptocurrency platform designed to provide people with the opportunity to buy Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies towards their retirement has recently launched a turnkey, white-label solution for enterprise businesses to enable them to invest their customer’s funds in Bitcoin and other cryptos.
White-Label Solution For Financial Advisor
Through this platform, any financial advisors registered investment advisors (RIAs), wealth managers and other licensed money managers registered under the white label solution will be able to provide a
According to a report announcing the label of the white-label solution, it was stated that: “Financial Advisors can access the new enterprise platform to trade 24/7 on behalf of their customers or they can allow their customers to trade for themselves and monitor their activity through a back-end administrative portal. Bitcoin IRA does not hold any of the funds, so when trades are completed, management fees are distributed in real time.”
Bitcoin IRA has Top of the Line Security Protocols
Bitcoin IRA which already makes use of best-in-class security and storage to secure their client’s cryptocurrency investments, also offer multi-signature “cold storage” wallets. The company also features a top of the line two-factor authentication, BSA/AML compliance program, a $1 million Consumer Protection insurance policy as well as two-factor authentication protocol.
Bitcoin IRA Chief Operating Officer Chris Kline has also commented on the latest development, stating that:
“We are excited to offer this new enterprise solution and work closely with financial advisors in a variety of industries, and in doing so, expand our offerings to a wider demographic. Demand and interest for cryptocurrencies remain extremely high despite recent drops in prices and our new enterprise platform allows money managers to invest their clients in crypto now before prices may