A visible illustration of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin on November 21, 2020 in London, England.
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Volatility within the cryptocurrency market this week hasn’t modified JPMorgan’s optimistic view on shares of Signature Bank, a frontrunner within the digital asset sphere.
The regional financial institution’s digital asset banking technique and its real-time, blockchain-based funds platform “Signet” has attracted elevated investor curiosity as cryptocurrency has gained consideration.
The JPMorgan notice comes on the tail of a roller-coaster week for cryptocurrencies.
Crypto costs fell as Chinese authorities reiterated requires tighter regulation on crypto mining and buying and selling, whereas the U.S. Treasury introduced it could require stricter crypto compliance with the IRS.