Bloomberg: Wall Street Giants Postpone Entering Crypto Industry Amid Falling Costs - BITCOIN NET MAGZ

Bloomberg: Wall Street Giants Postpone Entering Crypto Industry Amid Falling Costs

- 20.06
Bloomberg: Wall Street Giants Postpone Entering Crypto Industry Amid Falling Costs

Wall Street giants have postponed their plans to more actively go into the crypto sector because the worthiness of cryptocurrencies has dropped, Bloomberg reports Sunday, Dec. 23.

The article starts:"Limbo -- that is where to find Wall Street as it comes to cryptocurrencies," and then focuses on the attempts from the crypto world this season produced by banking giant Goldman Sachs, a multinational financial services company Morgan Stanley, important banking conglomerate Citigroup Inc. and United Kingdom fiscal solutions supplier Barclays PLC..

According to individuals familiar with the Goldman Sachs' crypto firm, the company's progress has been too slow to become noticeable. Additionally, the company's crypto non-derivative funds have so far attracted only 20 clients, '' the unnamed sources told Bloomberg

Moreover, Justin Schmidt, hired to go digital assets division at Goldman Sachs, shown in November that authorities were limiting his strategies. But, Bloomberg's unnamed interlocutor adds that the company will add a digital resource specialist to its prime brokerage division.

In terms of Morgan Stanley, the business has been ready to establish swaps tracking Bitcoin futures since early fall, but hasn't yet got a single contract, sources told Bloomberg. Nonetheless, the company is prepared to start crypto solutions as soon as there is any indication of demand, an unnamed source noted.

Citigroup, along with Barclays have undergone similar problems: resources state, the United States-based banking group hasn't yet traded some of its crypto-related products within the regulatory frame, and 2 Barclays workers hired to learn more about the sector for the company left this season. A spokesman noted that the U.K. The company does not have any plans to open a crypto trading desk.

Since Cointelegraph reporting in October,'' Goldman Sachs' former partner and current CEO of crypto investment company Galaxy Digital Mike Novogratz predicted that institutions will likely become involved in more crypto deals in Q1-Q2 2019.

In the meantime, the banking giant has since denied rumors of having abandoned its plans to launch a crypto gaming desk.

Back in November,'' Morgan Stanley published their latest report on Bitcoin, branded"Update: Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain," saying that Bitcoin (BTC) and also altcoins have constituted a"new institutional investment class" because 2017.

And Bakkt, the electronic asset platform produced by the operator of the New York Stock Exchange, announced a target launch date for Jan. 24, 2018, pending regulatory approval.

 

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