JAG Insurance Group to Leverage Employee Crypto Investments to Boost Employee Benefits

On February 26, JAG Insurance Group, an American commercial insurance agency, announced that it has opened a corporate fund management account with TradeStation Crypto, Inc, a subsidiary of TradeStation Group, and expanded the company’s employee benefits by matching employee crypto investments.

JAG proactively adapts to new needs, adopts new technology to build a bridge between digital currency and traditional payment methods, and officially issues insurance policies using cryptocurrencies. JAG is committed to providing employees with a competitive benefits plan, recognizing the growing importance of cryptocurrencies, and providing employees with insights on how to invest. More than half of JAG’s employees use the TradeStation Crypto platform to sign up for the company’s bonus matching program.

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