Regulations have an important role to play in the realm of digital assets: Propine’s Tuhina Singh

This post was originally published on The Economic Times

The proliferation of digital assets has generated the need to ensure mitigation of risks and safety of everything, from cryptos to NFTs. The space, however, is not easy to understand and can be overwhelming for users. Propine, a licensed digital asset custodian headquartered in Singapore is engaged in transforming how digital assets are stored and traded by providing secure and scalable solutions for qualified institutional clients. In a chat with ETDigital, Tuhina Singh, Founder & CEO, Propine. Talks about what her company provides, the trends in the digital asset space, risks associated with blockchain and the role of regulators. Edited excerpts.

Economic Times (ET): When did Propine start and what was the idea behind it?

Tuhina Singh (TS): Founded in 2018, Propine has been involved in the blockchain space since 2015. Recognising the transformative potential of smart contracts and blockchain technology for enterprises across various sectors, we anticipated a future where these innovations would redefine business operations and value transfer.As digital assets mature, institutional investors start moving markets, and financial

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