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B2C2 on Board for Digital Assets Governance Platform Launch

Lacero, a governance technology provider for digital assets, today announces the launch of FlowOS, which offers advanced transaction control and permissioning, with cryptocurrency liquidity provider B2C2 onboard.

FlowOS enhances existing wallet and custody solutions, giving users direct, independent control of their policies, procedures and rules, the group says, adding that it is the first platform to leverage blockchain technology to create a decentralised, immutable security architecture by constructing policy from independently certified smart contracts.

Introducing real-time governance, traceability and auditability, it makes it impossible to substitute, manipulate or circumvent approved policies and procedures, and enables reliable exception-based processing with a combination of programmable rules, automated workflow procedures and human approvals, the group says in a statement.

B2C2 says it selected Lacero’s technology for governance, controls and procedures. B2C2’s integration of FlowOS, in combination with its existing integration of Fireblocks’ payments technology, will further enhance the firm’s settlement capabilities.

Rashid Hoosenally, CEO of Lacero, says: “We’re excited to be partnering with a proven industry leader who shares our vision for institutional-grade governance and controls. B2C2 strive to continuously optimise processes and tailor workflows, so we’re delighted that FlowOS has been selected to provide them with a secure, flexible enforcement platform that can support them as they grow the scale, speed and breadth of their offering.”

Max Boonen, founder and group CEO of B2C2, says: “B2C2’s mission to bring best practices to the trading of digital assets spans both execution and post-trade. The ability to streamline and automate both trading and settlement is the next frontier in our industry. Enhancing the B2C2 platform with Lacero’s innovative technology will allow us to better serve our clients and further scale our business as the go-to counterparty.”

Simon Heinrich, CIO and group head of technology at B2C2, adds: “Given the trustless environment and irreversibility of transactions in the continuously traded and settled crypto markets, FlowOS represents a critical component of our offering as it enables controlled autonomy of our processes in a demonstrably secure way.”

Julie Ros

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