Blog: Deloitte, NYDIG detail digital assets alliance – Financial Regulation News – Financial Regulation News

Global professional services organization Deloitte and Bitcoin company NYDIG officials are detailing an alliance that will aid companies in deploying digital asset capabilities.

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Per Deloitte and NYDIG, the collaboration calls for NYDIG to work with Deloitte’s blockchain and digital assets program via multiple areas involving bitcoin products that include banking, consumer loyalty and rewards programs, and employee benefits.

“The future of financial services will center around the use of digital assets, and we are focused on advising our clients on ways to engage in a regulated and compliant way,” Deloitte & Touche LLP Digital Assets Banking Regulatory Practice Lead and Principal Richard Rosenthal said. “We believe this alliance with NYDIG will further drive business growth and is another hallmark of the extensive investment Deloitte is making in enabling digital asset innovation.”

The alliance firms a centralized approach for clients seeking advice to implement Bitcoin products and services while leveraging Deloitte’s professional services with the NYDIG’s bitcoin financial and technology products and services.

“We envision a world where traditional financial infrastructure works alongside digital asset infrastructure to deliver clients a best-in-class experience with the highest standards of regulatory compliance,” NYDIG President Yan Zhao said. “We’ve already started the journey of bringing bitcoin to all by embedding bitcoin wallets into existing user experiences, powering bitcoin rewards programs, and enabling bitcoin-secured lending.”

Zhao said Deloitte is the perfect collaborator to help companies take the next step to efficiently execute projects and meet customer demand with a high level of rigor.

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