JPMorgan launches Bitcoin (BTC) fund for high net worth clients

A Bitcoin (BTC) fund for JPMorgan clients

The Bitcoin fund was announced last May, and it is now available to JPMorgan clients. This was made possible through a partnership with New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG).

According to sources cited by CoinDesk, the fund does not yet have clients. It is touted to investors as โ€œthe most secure and cheapest Bitcoin investment vehicle available in the private marketsโ€.

It could also allow JPMorgan to offer Bitcoin ETFs in the future, once the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) gives its valuable green light. In the meantime, JPMorgan’s Bitcoin fund is available exclusively to the bank’s customers.

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JPMorgan is gradually opening up to cryptocurrencies

Despite recurring protests from its CEO, Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan is showing more and more signs of openings to BTC and cryptocurrencies in general. In May, the latter explained as follows:

โ€œI’m not a Bitcoin fan, I don’t care much about Bitcoin. But on the other hand, customers are interested, and I don’t have to tell customers what they’re supposed to do. “

Despite this, JPMorgan advised last February to invest 1% of its portfolio in Bitcoin. And the institution is rather “bullish” on the course: it estimates that the BTC could reach 130,000 dollars in the long term. This new initiative therefore shows that even among giants like JPMorgan, Bitcoin is too interesting to be able to miss it.

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