New York-based bank Goldman Sachs contacted cryptocurrency custody companies at the end of 2020.
The CoinDesk website reported that Goldman Sachs plans to invest in digital assets, the latest move a US bank has made to enter the cryptocurrency world.
According to the portal, which cited a source, the New York-based bank requested information from at least one crypto custody company at the end of 2020. CoinDesk said Goldman’s initiative is part of a broad digital strategy.
Goldman Sachs representatives have not yet responded to messages seeking comment during the weekend.
Goldman’s possible entry into the cryptocurrency ecosystem will be the end of a broader trend to bring digital currency to US banking.
Meanwhile, earlier this month, Anchorage Digital Bank attracted attention as the first cryptocurrency company to win a charter from the Currency Supervisory Office.