A spokeswoman for Goldman Sachs Inc. said late on Thursday, the banking giant is planning to clear Bitcoin futures for some clients as the new contracts go live on exchanges in the coming days, as cited by Reuters.
Tiffany Galvin, the Goldman Sachs spokeswoman, noted: “The bank, which helps clients buy and sell derivatives, is “evaluating the specifications and risk attributes for the bitcoin futures contracts as part of our standard due diligence process.”
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