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Regal Assets Teams Up with Kingdom Trust and Coinbase to Offer the Largest Selection of Cryptos for IRA and 401(K) Accounts

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Regal Assets, Kingdom Trust and Coinbase teamed up to offer fully insured Bitcoin and Crypto IRA / 401(K) accounts in the US. The new and improved Bitcoin and Crypto IRA account will allow investors to have access to the largest selection of digital coins in the industry, and directly through Coinbase. Consumers will also be benefiting from an ironclad insurance policy and the lowest fee structure in the industry. 

In fact, the new and improved Bitcoin IRA accounts come with $200 million in insurance protection, lifetime account management support, and the ability for clients to diversify their holdings into more than 30 different digital assets. The list of digital assets includes not only standard offerings like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple and Stellar but Next-Generation Blockchains like: EOS.IO (EOS), Tezos (XTZ), Zilliqa (ZIL) and Token based Applications & Networks like: ChainLink (LINK), Maker (MKR), Numerai (NMR), Basic Attention Token (BAT) and many more. Since these Bitcoin and Crypto IRA accounts are self-directed, it is up to each investor to decide what to invest in. As of writing this press release, Regal Assets currently supports all the following coins in a Crypto IRA account: ALGO, BAT, BTC, BCH, BSV, CVC, DAI, DASH, DNT, EOS, ETH, ETC, GNT, LINK, LOOM, LTC, MANA, MKR, REP, USDC, XLM, XRP, XTZ, ZEC, ZIL, ZRX. 

"Clients make all the decisions themselves when it comes to digital asset selections and allocation, but do have the option of guidance by connecting with their dedicated account manager," said Tyler Gallagher, CEO of Regal Assets, who has been running the company since 2009.

Regal Assets made headlines in 2017 when it became the first company in the world to receive a government-issued crypto trading license, as covered by Bloomberg. The company also launched their Bitcoin and Crypto IRA accounts that same year and became one of the first companies in the US to off...

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