Goldman Sachs Group may become the first blue-chip Wall Street firm to allow its investors trading directly in Bitcoin and other digital currencies.
What does that mean for bitcoin owners
It’s still on early stages and may not proceed. But if it does, we might see a team of traders making markets in bitcoins much as they do Japanese yen or Apple Inc. shares.
Why would Goldman Sachs do that
To be where the clients are. They quote “client interest in digital currencies” and can become the first blue-chip to serve them.
What can we learn from them
- Go where your clients are – even if it’s cryptoworld
- Digital currencies may soon enter mass adoption with supporters like that
- So far, none of the big banks have dealt directly in bitcoin – more room for experiments.