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Fidelity to Begin Institutional Trading in Bitcoin in a Few Weeks

This should come to no surprise since Fidelity already offers a custodial service to institutional clients. Today, reported by Bloomberg, Fidelity will trade Bitcoin (BTC) to its institutional clients through Fidelity Digital Assets leading the charge amongst its Wall Street competitors. Fidelity spokeswoman, Arlene Roberts, wrote in en email; “We will continue to roll out […]

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CBOE Feb19 Bitcoin Futures Expire at New Low of $3,567.93 But, Down Trend Broken.

Bitcoin (BTC) futures on the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) expired at its lowest settlement price yesterday since its launch in December 2017. Trading under ticker XBT/G9, the final settlement price for the February 2019 futures was $3,567.93 published by the CBOE; Bitcoin (BTC) futures have been moving sideways for the last month, trading within […]

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Crypto Weekly #5, 2019: Our Top Picks

The crypto year of development continues with another interesting week. More news on the VanEck ETF being pushed forward again, Fidelity making big custody moves, and Binance makes it easier to buy cryptocurrency. For more details please click on the below: VanEck Bitcoin (BTC) ETF is resubmitted Fidelity Launching Crypto Custody Service in March 2019 […]

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Fidelity Launching Crypto Custody Service Potentially in March 2019

Fidelity Investments Inc, the Boston based multinational financial services corporation, is looking to launch its crypto custody service in March 2019. Known as Fidelity Digital, the custody service will initially looking to store Bitcoin (BTC) for institutions, mainly hedgefunds according to Bloomberg. In a statement, a spokesman at Fidelity said; We are currently serving a […]

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