Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) is expanding into trading Bitcoin futures, via a partnership with crypto investment bank Galaxy Digital. Galaxy Digital will act as Goldman’s liquidity provider for Bitcoin futures orders on CME Group.
Although Goldman has been divided on the status of Bitcoin as an asset class, with a report from the bank recently noting that the crypto wasn’t a long-term store of value or an investable asset class, Goldman likely still wants to cash in on the crypto boom, considering the increasing demand for bitcoin exposure from its clients.
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