counterparty risk

Secure and control digital assets payment flow
Simple. Secure. Trustless.
Mutually controlled wallet
Escrow agent

Enhance security
and efficiency of your business

  • Fully control, monitor, and customize flow of funds
  • Do business with a risk-averse counterparty
  • Streamline operational and transactional flow
  • Reduce counterparty risk & fraud
  • Ensure each side fulfills its obligations
  • Save intermediary fees and improve business efficiency

A technology-first approach to managing counterparty risk

Custom settlement rules
Define required number of approvals and settlement flow before or after funds are deposited to a vault (e.g. multisig wallet control, payment flow).
Multisig wallet control
Payment flow
Custom transaction parameters
Define transaction parameters to match your business case (e.g. futures, options, derivatives, structured products).
Structured products
Manual and automatic settlements
Execute transactions automatically if all counterparties fulfill their obligations.
Alerts & time-sensitive settings
Set a deadline for both parties to deposit funds to a vault.
Centralized and decentralized setups
Leverage either centralized or decentralized infrastructure.
All major currencies available
Structure and execute transactions in different currencies.

Use Cases


Alice wants to send ETH and receive USDC from Bob, but she is not sure if Bob will send her USDC after she has sent ETH to him.

Alice and Bob deposit funds to a mutually controlled wallet and both approve a withdrawal to each other's wallet.


Institutional counterparties (e.g. bank, custodian, crypto exchange, liquidity provider) want to trade with each other but are unwilling to prefund the counterparty’s account. Both counterparties deposit funds to a mutually controlled wallet and manage collateral according to each counterparty’s requirements.


Private individuals or companies would like to structure a complex transaction with approvals from multiple counterparties. They create a mutually controlled wallet and define the number of approvals and recipients that are going to receive funds.

Let's talk about your case

Simple solutions
to cover your needs

Decentralized wallet controlled
by multiple counterparties
  • Simple and fast setup
  • No KYC required
  • Decentralized wallet holds assets
How it Works
  • 1.
    Create a shared escrow wallet
  • 2.
    Send funds
  • 3.
    Release funds to counterparty
    if each counterparty accepts sent funds
Supported wallets
and licensed escrow agent
  • Transact in a regulated environment
  • Ensure AML & KYC standards of both counterparties are fulfilled
  • Resolve any issues
    through a professional
    escrow agent
Steps to Use
Sign a contract and complete KYC
  • Legal documents
  • Create account
  • KYC
How it Works
  • 1.
    Send digital assets to an escrow wallet controlled by a licensed escrow agent
  • 2.
    Confirm funds can be released

Frequent questions and answers

Each counterparty can ensure fulfillment of each other’s obligations because each counterparty has to deposit an agreed asset to a mutually controlled wallet.
You can monitor the account balance in your user account, 3rd party block explorer platform (e.g. Etherscan), and receive email notifications.
That entirely depends on your or your business’s understanding of digital assets. If you are new to digital assets, then a centralized solution is preferable because our team can handle the complete cycle. If you are used to transacting in digital assets regularly, then a decentralized solution could be a better option.
Deposited assets are held at top-tier banks and institutional custodians ensuring the highest levels of compliance and security are matched.
Robust and battle-tested smart contracts ensure the highest grade security of the complete transaction cycle.