Aprobit signed’Personal Information Protection Liability Insurance’ with Samsung Fire Insurance for 2 consecutive years
-CEO Byung-Jun Kim “Protection of investors is the top priority, and we will do our best to create a safe trading environment”
‘APROBIT’, a digital asset exchange operated by blockchain fintech company’Apro Korea (CEO: Byeongjun Kim)’, announced on the 3rd that it has signed a contract with Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance and’Personal Information Protection Liability Insurance’. .
In February last year, Aprobit signed an insurance contract with Samsung Fire Insurance to create a safe trading environment for investors, such as protecting investor information and assets. At that time, after Upbit, it was the second time that it signed an insurance contract with Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance.
Aprobit CEO Kim Byung-jun said, “Aprobit considered investor protection as a top priority, and completed major information security certifications such as information protection management system (ISMS), ISO27001, including Samsung Fire Insurance last year. If a real-name account is acquired in accordance with the amendment to the Financial Information Act (Special Act), it will provide improved services as an official virtual asset business operator (VASP).”
Recently, Aprobit is providing differentiated services such as a quick and simple listing system and marketing support to the project through the launch of a new listing service,’A+’. In addition, it is expanding its business into various portfolios in preparation for entry into the institutional sphere, such as showing healthy and promising projects at home and abroad to investors.
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