Growing numbers of Ethereum users are seeking self-custody solutions, according to Bitcoin wallet provider Casa’s co-founder and CTO, Jameson Lopp. Speaking to Cointelegraph at the 2023 Bitcoin conference, Lopp said demand for Ethereum support had risen following the collapse of FTX in 2022, which highlighted the need for secure storage for Ethereum tokens. Casa added Ethereum support in December 2022, in spite of criticism from Bitcoin enthusiasts. Setting up a wallet and sending crypto is simple, but Lopp believes security can be intimidating for users. Casa offers an “extreme-security cold-storage setup with distributed keys” for a $10,000-a-year fee that has expanded to include a free version with limited features.