Crypto exchange Gemini pushes into wealth management with acquisition of BITRIA


David Abner, Gemini’s Global Head of Business Development.

Source: David Abner

Gemini, the $7.1 billion crypto exchange, is getting into wealth management with the acquisition of a digital asset platform for financial advisors, CNBC has learned exclusively.

The company has agreed to purchase BITRIA, a five-year-old San Francisco-based start-up whose tools help advisors manage holdings of bitcoin and other tokens, according to Gemini’s global head of business development Dave Abner.

The move creates one of the industry’s first full-service digital asset custodians for advisors, according to Abner, who declined to disclose how much Gemini paid in the deal. Gemini intends to combine its crypto…


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