Bitstamp says its users are now covered against a broad web of crime
Digital asset exchange Bitstamp has beefed up its insurance measures to combat the inherent uncertainties associated with the crypto space.
“The policy covers an array of crime-related cases, such as employee theft, loss while the assets are stored at any premises, loss in transit, loss caused by computer fraud or funds transfer fraud, and loss related to legal fees and expenses,” an Oct. 15 statement from Bitstamp detailed with regard to the firm’s updated insurance measures.
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