As reported by Business Insider, a us investment giant Fidelity Investments is going to open a cryptocurrency exchange and has already begun searching for developers.
Fidelity is one of the largest companies in the world asset management serving investors from over 100 countries. The size of assets under management is $2.45 trillion.
Recall that earlier we talked about the fact that Fidelity Investments is investing in cryptocurrency companies and engaged in mining. In addition, last year the charitable Fund of the holding company took part in collecting donations in the cryptocurrency.
We now know that Fidelity is looking staff for the development of cryptocurrency exchanges. The publication reports that in a corporate chat company there was an announcement about finding a DevOps engineer who will help develop and run the exchange of digital assets in both the public and private cloud.
It is worth noting that the CEO of Fidelity Investments, Abigail Johnson (Abigail Johnson), a longtime supporter of bitcoins, comment on the news refused.
If the information about new plans of the company confirmed, she will join a number of financial giants who expect to increase direct interaction with cryptocurrency.
So a month ago, Goldman Sachs announced that in the near future to use their own funds for trading futures on bitcoin on behalf of their clients.
In addition the other day about plans to enter the cryptocurrency market have reported large trading company Susquehanna International Group, which will offer its clients futures and bitcoin buying and selling BTC, ETH and BCH.