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Winklevoss twins Cameron Winklevoss speaks as Tyler Winklevoss listens. (Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) – Gemini Trust Co., the digital-asset exchange founded by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, said that it secured insurance for customers’ digital assets.

The company obtained insurance coverage for virtual currency it holds on behalf of clients in online wallets, according to a release Wednesday. The coverage comes through a consortium of insurers globally arranged by Aon Plc, according to the release, and will add to Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation deposit insurance on their U.S. dollars.

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