Gemini Trust Company (Gemini), a cryptocurrency exchange and custodian run by internet entrepreneurs the Winklevoss twins, has launched Nakamoto, a captive insurance company licensed by the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA) to insure Gemini Custody, a third-party provider of storage and security services for cryptocurrencies.
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