Anchorage is a cryto-native digital asset custodian that uses modern security engineering to help institutions safeguard their investments.
Anchorage uses modern security engineering to help institutions safeguard their investments while getting more out of their assets.
Anchorage was founded in 2017 by Diogo Mónica & Nathan McCauley and is based in San Francisco, California.
Anchorage brings the world’s most advanced and proven security architecture to cryptocurrency custody, to deliver the services institutions expect from a traditional custodian.
Anchorage is engineered to help institutions better safeguard their investments while getting more out of their assets, and offer services that investors expect from a traditional custodian.
Anchorage stores cryptocurrency “hot,” or on devices connected to the internet, allowing cryptocurrency holders to participate in governance and other activities more easily.
Anchorage is backed by Blockchain Capital, Visa, Andreessen Horowitz, Khosla Ventures, PayPal co-founder Max Levchin’s SciFi VC and individual investors Mark McCombe of Blackrock, entrepreneur Elad Gil, and AngelList co-founder Naval Ravikant. The company raised $40M in it's latest funding of a "Series B" round on Jul 10, 2019. This brings Anchorage's total funding to $57M to-date.