In October last year, Fidelity announced the launch of its digital asset branch – Fidelity Digital Asset Services (FDAS). However, only a group of its eligible clients are able to have access to its crypto custody service.
“We currently have a select set of clients we’re supporting on our platform,” spokeswoman Arlene Roberts told Bloomberg.”
“We will continue to roll out our services over the coming weeks and months based on our clients’ needs, jurisdictions, and other factors. Currently, our service offering is focused on Bitcoin.”
The latest revelation comes only a few days after Fidelity Investments published the results of a survey revealing that 22 percent of the over 400 institutional investors own cryptocurrencies. And nearly 50% said they had plans to add digital assets to their portfolios.
“More institutional investors are engaging with digital assets, either directly or through service providers, as the potential impact of blockchain technology on financial markets — new and old — becomes more readily apparent,” Jessop commented on the results of the survey.
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