Goldman Sachs Embraces Bitcoin: Becomes First Regulated Financial Institution To Do So

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May/13/2018

Goldman Sachs will now begin allowing clients to trade Bitcoin futures via one of its New York desks.

They become the first regulated financial institution to offer such a service.

From Forbes:

Part of the reason the firm decided to go this route is due to several inquiries received from hedge funds, foundations and endowments which had received donations from Bitcoin millionaires. Will Goldman Sachs cosign of Bitcoin increase confidence in the digital currency?

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