Rabobank developing a digital crypto wallet
The wallet will allow users to send and receive funds, including cryptocurrencies, through one bank account.
Dutch-based financial institution Rabobank is developing a digital wallet for the crypto banking environment.
A new website was launched to promote the concept of Rabobit, the bank’s virtual currency storage wallet.
While there isn’t much information or details regarding the project, the multinational banking company has announced that the wallet will allow users to add and store cryptocurrencies, provide insight into a customer’s overall liquidity and equip users with the ability to access all of their funds through one bank account.
There is an invitation on the site for users to subscribe for further updates by providing their email address.
Check out the screenshot of the Rabobit website below.
Rabobank says Rabobit is part of the bank’s internal Moonshot acceleration program. As part of this program, employees offer innovative ideas for the bank to develop that will ideally provide improved customer service. The best ideas are tested for interest among customers. A shortlist of Moonshot ideas will be compiled in early March. By mid-June, it will be determined which ideas are actually being developed into a product or service.
Rabobit is just one of 22 concepts that may be developed into real-world applications. It is currently in the initial customer survey phase. Rabobank is investigating the risks and pitfalls associated with the use of cryptocurrencies and digital wallets. The company said that there is no official decision to introduce this yet.
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