SEBA Bank, a Swiss-based cryptocurrency bank previously focused on catering to institutional and corporate clients, has announced its rebranding to AMINA Bank. The bank has also announced plans to expand its services beyond Switzerland and into other countries around the world.
The rebranding to AMINA Bank is part of a larger strategy to develop a global platform for cryptocurrency banking. AMINA Bank is aiming to become a comprehensive digital banking platform encompassing the areas of investments, savings, payments, and finance. The bank’s mission is to reduce friction in financial processes and to improve access to digital assets and new innovative services worldwide.
Some of the services offered by AMINA Bank include digital asset vaulting, digital asset management, secure payments, and access to global liquidity. The digital asset vaulting service will provide a secure way to store digital assets in an offline wallet. The digital asset management services will help clients to diversify their investments and to trade on multiple exchanges from a single platform.
AMINA Bank also plans to offer its clients access to a variety of investments products, such as lending products, venture capital investments, and options contracts. The bank is currently undergoing regulatory approval in a number of jurisdictions, but expects to open its doors to clients in the near future.
AMINA Bank is also investing heavily in its technology infrastructure, with plans to develop a suite of APIs and open banking capabilities. This will enable businesses to easily integrate and use the platform.
The bank has also assembled a world-class team of experts in the field of cryptocurrency banking to help guide its expansion.
With the rebranding to AMINA Bank, the bank is looking to become the first comprehensive cryptocurrency bank and to become a standard for traditional banking solutions with cryptocurrency services. The bank is shooting for global expansion to give its clients the best experience and access possible.