The digital asset arm of Fidelity Investments, a giant investment manager based in the U.S., has rolled out its first venture in Europe, starting a new facade in a massive move to integrate ryptocurrency into conventional investing. This is the first time it makes a push into this blockchain and cryptocurrency-friendly continent.
A giant firm offering investment management services such as mutual funds, annuity management and fund platforms to both private and institutional investors, Fidelity International, is trying to explore Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology further, and this could see Bitcoin gain a lot of traction.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (US SEC), a self-regulating agency of the US Federal government, has cautioned the public about the use of "may" statements in advisor disclosures. On April 30 this year, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals upheld charges of slipshod abuses of the Advisers Act that were submitted by the agency’s Division of Enforcement against The Robare Group (TRG).
Fidelity Investments Inc., an American multinational asset and financial service provider based in Massachusetts, is continuing its mining of Bitcoin (BTC), the globe’s leading cryptocurrency, according to Bitcoin developer Justin Moon.
A few weeks from now, the giant financial service provider Fidelity Investments will purchase and sell cryptocurrency to institutional investors, Bloomberg reports. The giant spends more than $2.5 billion annually on innovative technologies such as blockchain, crypto, artificial intelligence, etc. Bitcoin (BTC) is up over 55% in 2019.
US-based company Fidelity Investments announced that it will likely launch its new cryptocurrency custody service in March this year. Fidelity plans include that the Bitcoin (BTC) storage will come first and then Ethereum (ETH) will follow.
Real estate has always been a good investment, yet problems often arise when purchasing a plot at a prime location in a big city. A tiny piece of land in Paris or London is incredibly expensive and even if you’ve got the money, practically all the top spots are already taken. However, buying artificial land in virtual worlds such as Second Life, Sansar, Decentraland or High Fidelity is not only easy, but also promises to be a profitable trend of the future.