Published On: Thu, May 25th, 2017

Fidelity Investments Will Add Bitcoin To Its Website

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Multinational financial services corporation Fidelity Investments will soon allow its clients to view the company’s cryptocurrency holdings on Coinbase.
Fidelity Investments Support Bitcoin, Mine It
Abigail Johnson, CEO of Boston, Massachusetts based Fidelity Investments recently gave a speech in recognition of the burgeoning potential demonstrated by Bitcoin. It’s a hot topic and one that investors are eager to consider but where financial advisers may be hesitant to recommend in anything approaching a risk averse portfolio.

However, Fidelity Investments is not only researching the field, but they are also actively encouraging investment, allowing investors view their cryptocurrency holdings held on the Coinbase exchange.
Johnson, when speaking publicly about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, comes across from a very much evangelist position as opposed to a purely speculative one. What’s more, she revealed that the company and staff have mined Bitcoin and Ethereum, and even trialled a micro transaction canteen payment system using Bitcoin at their offices.
“If you are looking for bitcoin to beat Visa at the point of sale today, you are going to be disappointed,” Johnson said.
If you are looking at this technology as just a …

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