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Bitcoin Suisse Selects Lukka to Augment Operations and Systems

Zug, CH, 17 Nov. 2022, 16:14 CEST
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Bitcoin Suisse, Switzerland's leading crypto pioneer and trusted gateway into crypto asset investment, has tapped Lukka, the leading institutional crypto software and data provider, to support its middle and back office operations and further enhance its systems. Lukka's data and software is purpose-built for crypto and blockchain data, providing Bitcoin Suisse and its institutional client base with extensive asset coverage and reporting flexibility.

Bitcoin Suisse will utilize Lukka's Enterprise Software for its crypto transactional data management. Lukka is the only institutional-grade crypto asset data and software provider that meets technical control standards, such as AICPA SOC 1 Type II and SOC 2 Type II Service Organization Controls among other control frameworks, for all its data and software products.

Dr. Dirk Klee, CEO of Bitcoin Suisse, stated: "Bitcoin Suisse is focusing on institutional grading for its professional private and institutional clients to be at the forefront of the growing demand in this client segment. Lukka's software and data will help us to further scale our support to institutional investors, asset managers, and organizations by bridging the gap between the complexities of blockchain data and traditional business needs. This marks the beginning of an integrated technology partnership that strengthens institutional- crypto asset support in Switzerland's Crypto Valley."

Robert Materazzi, CEO of Lukka, said: "We are proud to be selected by Bitcoin Suisse as we begin to support crypto-finance and blockchain businesses in Switzerland and across Europe. Bitcoin Suisse has been a pioneer for crypto-financial services in Switzerland since 2013 and we look forward to our partnership and to drive the adoption of blockchain technology further."