Cryptocurrency custodian Anchorage adds support for COMP and TRU

Cryptocurrency custodian Anchorage announced that it will add two new crypto assets, COMP and TRU. The former is a new governance token introduced by the loan agreement Compound, and the latter is a token of the asset tokenization platform TrustToken. Anchorage claims that it has added support for 5 new crypto assets in the first four months of 2020, of which Celo, Compound and TrustToken were supported before their official release. According to Block123.com, Anchorage is invested by Silicon Valley venture capital firm A16z, which has received $ 17 million in investment. The investors include well-known Silicon Valley entrepreneur Max Levchin, serial entrepreneur Elad Gil, and asset management company BlackRock executive Mark McCombe, AngelList CEO Naval Ravikant.