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Crypto data platform Zabo integrates with portfolio tracker Kubera; offers ‘dead man’s switch’ feature

Zabo, a cryptocurrency data aggregator, today announced a partnership with all-in-one portfolio tracker Kubera, to offer crypto account tracking across 60+ exchanges, wallets, and addresses.

Along with enabling users to track their cryptocurrencies alongside their bank accounts, brokerages, and stocks; the partnership brings a much-needed failsafe for crypto users: The dead man’s switch.

Kubera’s integration with Zabo lets users easily set up parameters to be triggered if the worst happens. Users can program Kubera to export their portfolio tracker to a next of kin or partner.

For example, a user can program an export if there is no login within 45 days; or don’t respond to a text message within a specified amount of time. The rules can even be tailored to detail specific instructions such as where to find a private key or where a hardware wallet is stored.

Zabo and Kubera integrate, and now offer dead man’s switch and estate planning for cryptocurrency using Zabo’s cryptocurrency data aggregation API.

Zabo + Kubo Intergration

“Our integration with Kubera not only affords intuitive all-in-one portfolio tracking; but enables a failsafe to protect cryptocurrency after the user has gone. With crypto investors often owning hundreds of wallet addresses, across multiple wallets, and maintaining accounts with several crypto exchanges; being able to keep a record of their cryptocurrency holdings is of the utmost importance.”
– Alex Treece, Co-Founder of Zabo

The Kubera platform enables users to manage all their traditional financial accounts in a single interface; allowing for a better understanding of overall financial standing. Now, via Zabo’s extensive API network, Kubera users can access over 400 cryptocurrencies for a range of crypto exchanges; including, Coinbase, Binance, and Kraken, along with access to wallets such as TrustWallet, Trezor, Ledger, and KeepKey.

“We’re delighted to be branching out further into the cryptocurrency sector. The demand to incorporate a wider selection of cryptocurrency exchanges, wallets, and addresses meant that Zabo was the obvious choice of partner. We’re also extremely pleased to be filling a much-needed gap in the market by instilling an effective crypto-centric estate and beneficiary system.”
– Rohit Nadhani Founder and CEO of Kubera

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