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Zumo’s turnkey digital-assets-as-a-service platform offers a fast, flexible and efficient route to market, empowering fintechs, banks, asset managers and brands to offer their consumers the tools of the future simply and securely while also opening up new revenue streams, attracting new customers and supporting customer retention.

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UK’s young voters call for crypto to be moved up the political agenda
  • Ahead of the general election, more than a third of young adults believe the growth of the crypto sector should be a key consideration for politicians, with four in ten considering it vital for the UK’s economic growth prospects.
  • Amidst growing adoption, a similar figure (32%) say they have concerns about the sector’s future prospects ahead of a change in government.
Zumo joins forces with Crypto Carbon Ratings Institute (CCRI) to combat the carbon footprint of the new wave of crypto funds
  • Zumo, the B2B digital assets infrastructure prioritising compliance and sustainability, has announced a new strategic partnership with Crypto Carbon Ratings Institute (CCRI), which provides data on the carbon exposure of investments and business activities related to blockchain.
  • In March 2024, the annualised carbon footprint of all physically-backed Bitcoin fund products stood at 4487.93 kilotonnes of carbon dioxide (ktCO2) - equivalent to a person flying from London to New York and back over 1.5 million times. This is set to grow further with the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) now also accepting crypto fund products.
  • In response, Zumo and CCRI have announced a new partnership to help financial institutions to better measure, mitigate, and report on the carbon footprint of their digital asset activities.
Zumo appoints financial heavyweight Ashwath Mehra as non-executive director as it seeks to capitalise on its regulatory advantage amidst growing institutional interest
  • Mr Mehra joins the company amidst surging institutional interest in the digital assets sector following the SEC’s approval of Bitcoin spot ETFs and the LSE’s announcement it will start accepting applications for the admission of ETNs backed by Bitcoin and Ether.
  • His appointment will strengthen Zumo’s governance structures and help the company to capitalise on its regulatory advantage after it helped to deliver Europe’s first decarbonised Bitcoin spot ETF.
Zumo selects seasoned Head of Sales to spearhead its growth
  • Respected industry figure Jason Tucker-Feltham has joined Zumo as Head of Sales.
  • Amidst surging institutional interest in the digital assets sector, Tucker-Feltham will help financial institutions to leverage Zumo’s award-winning infrastructure to create sustainable, compliant propositions for their customers.
Zumo crowned Crypto Company of the Year at Fintech Finance Awards
  • Zumo has been awarded the esteemed Crypto Company of the Year title at the Fintech Finance Awards 2023.
Zumo first to launch platform built to meet the tech requirements of the FCA’s New Financial Promotion Regime for Crypto Assets
  • The award-winning platform has set a new benchmark in consumer protection and regulatory alignment.
  • With some UK operators having to pause activity, Zumo’s financial promotions technical flow is now also available through its B2B API to support unregistered firms with remaining compliant after the 8 October deadline.
Zumo teams up with Block Dojo incubator and launches support for companies using BSV Blockchain
  • Zumo, the UK-based digital-asset-as-a-service platform, has today announced a partnership with the Block Dojo incubator and the launch of new platform features designed to support companies building on BSV Blockchain.
Zumo unveils the new digital asset landscape at Sibos 2023
  • Zumo releases Digital Assets 2023: Identifying the opportunities across the enterprise landscape at Sibos 2023 in Toronto.
  • The unique insights report is the first to comprehensively survey and analyse the emerging areas of opportunity within the global digital asset ecosystem from a non-crypto-native ‘enterprise’ perspective.
  • The in-depth report features a host of expert contributions from some of the world’s leading financial institutions and digital asset pioneers.
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