Stablecoins and
Asset-Backed Tokens

Power your stablecoin and asset-backed token with seamless automation

With our seamless stablecoin API integration, you can perform funds processing, AML & KYC compliance, manage token minting and burning, see statements, and meet the regulatory demands of your business.

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Prime Trust is a qualified custodian

A qualified custodian is essential for protecting digital assets. We are a chartered, regulated financial institution and accommodate a wide array of business models. As a qualified custodian, we hold funds in a fiduciary capacity exclusively for the benefit and peace of mind of token holders.

Fully reserved assets

We provide custody of USD, real estate, gold, diamonds, stocks, bonds, and more – and all USD that we custody can be FDIC insured. We ensure that stablecoins and asset-backed tokens are 100% backed by the assets they represent.

In addition, all FIAT backed digital assets in our custody are audited by reputable, third-party CPAs to create further transparency and to support market integrity.

We provide custody for the following assets, and more.

fiat cash


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Real Estate

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Stocks & Bonds

For a stablecoin customer we create two accounts: an escrow account and a custodial account.

Integration with our API allows the following actions to happen seamlessly:


AML & KYC compliant token minting request after the asset/cash has been received


AML and KYC compliant token burning request along with asset/USD transfer


Charging transactions fees to the end-user during minting or burning tokens


Allows you to see account balances and provide auditors read-only access to the escrow account

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Learn more about our stablecoin and asset-backed token product.

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Prime Trust Stablecoins Documentation