The move also opens up the possibility for Goldman to pursue a bitcoin exchange-traded fund as it strengthens its push into digital assets. Meanwhile, the multinational investment bank has issued a request for information to explore digital asset custody, as CoinDesk previously reported.
Waldron said that while the bank can custody digital assets, it “can’t principle” them and added Goldman was discussing with watchdogs how banks should be regulated in regards to digital currency, according to the report.
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