Bitcoin ($BTC) price recorded a new all-time-high near $67K yesterday, taking Bitcoin’s market cap to $1.25 trillion. The bullish price surge was largely attributed to the record-breaking ProShares Bitcoin Futures ETF ($BITO) debut. However, JP Morgan strategists believe otherwise. According to a report by Bloomberg, JP Morgan strategists see growing inflation as the key catalyst
JP Morgan’s CEO Jamie Dimon is not a big Bitcoin fan and he has made it known over the years and his skepticism continues despite $BTC reaching new highs. Dimon is among the very few skeptics who have maintained his disliking towards $BTC throughout, first, he called it a bubble and predicted it would burst.
JP Morgan has speculated on another bearish phase after reviewing the extraordinary monthly US stocks collection. According to the bank, more and more retail investors have spent on US stocks over the summer of 2021. Furthermore, this wave of investment into stocks has also extended to “altcoins” in August, as investors joined the non-fungible tokens
JP Morgan, the American Banking giant has warned against the hasty implementation of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC). The bank said the creation of a new CBDC based retail loan and payments channels must not come at the cost of the existing financial system. Hasty implementation of the CBDCs in the retail market could “cannibalize”
JP Morgan, the investment banking giant is reportedly pitching a Bitcoin fund to its private bank clients this week, as per a report in Coindesk. The banking giant had announced its Bitcoin fund in partnership with NYDIG back in April but didn’t start offering it to clients until now. The fund was advertised as the
JP Morgan Wealth Management CEO Mary Callahan Erdoes in a recent interview with Bloomberg revealed their clients are quite bullish on Bitcoin and they see it as an asset class. Erdoes said several of their clients want to “invest in Bitcoin (BTC)” and they are ready to help them invest their money wherever they like.
Ethereum (ETH), the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap has catapulted to mainstream adoption this bull season along with Bitcoin (BTC). It has become a growing choice of financial institutions and many including the likes of Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan believe it has the potential to eventually overtake BTC as the new store of value.
Bitcoin price may be headed for another price crash as per financial giant JP Morgan. The prediction comes in the wake of the upcoming Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) unlock, a half-yearly event believed to have a volatile impact on Bitcoin price. Grayscale Bitcoin trust allows accredited investors to add BTC to the Trust holdings and
JP Morgan, the American multinational investment bank reacted to the recent adoption of Bitcoin as a legal tender by El Salvador. The bank compared the Central American nation’s move to dollarization in early 2000 by various countries. It also said the move seems growth-oriented. The bank released a note titled, ‘The Bitcoinization of El Salvador’
JP Morgan and European Investment bank have shown interest in adding ETH-based products for their clients quite similar to the growing institutional adoption of Bitcoin. The European Investment bank is planning to offer digital bonds on the Ethereum network, while JP Morgan sees Ether as a viable investment option. In one of its latest reports,
JP Morgan, the American Banking behemoth today announced that they would start offering a private Bitcoin fund for their clients starting this summer. As per reports NYDIG, the institutional asset manager would be the custodian of the fund. The said Bitcoin fund would be for private wealth clients. The banking giant had earlier issued an
JP Morgan, the American Investment Banking giant said the declining price volatility of Bitcoin over the past weeks has made it a more reliable asset for institutions to invest in. Bitcoin’s ongoing bull run has made it more non-corelative with the traditional stock market, thus a growing choice of investors for diversifying their investments. The
JP Morgan COO Daniel Pinto during a recent interview with CNBC said that they are open to offering bitcoin trading via their platform once the client demand soars. Pinto’s comments came in the wake of BNY Mellon, America’s oldest bank announcing the start of bitcoin service citing growing clients demand. “If over time an asset
The ongoing Bitcoin bull rally has made some of its biggest critics to change their views towards the scarce digital asset. Be it BlackRock CEO Laurence D. Fink who once called bitcoin a money-laundering tool back in 2017 now belive that bitcoin would expand into a global market. Billionaire Investor Ray Dalio took a U-turn
Sber, the largest Russian bank has revealed its plans of working towards developing their own digital currency back in August, now the CEO of the bank Herman Gref has confirmed that they have chosen JP Morgan as their technology partner. Sber boasts of over 100 million customers and recently even dropped bank from its name
Bitcoin touched a yearly high of $19,400 before registering a 14% price correction last week. The price correction after three weeks plunged bitcoin prices to near the $16,500 mark on Friday. Bitcoin has managed to recover by almost $2,000 since then as its price touched a daily high of $18,569 and looks poised for another
Bitcoin soared past the $18,500 mark to set another yearly high reaching $18,936 late night on Friday. On its way to the new yearly high, the king coin also surpassed the $350 billion market capitalization, making it bigger than JP Morgan for a brief period of time. The price fell back to $18,600 levels soon
Bitcoin-Gold-Stock Markets have been on investors’ radar throughout 2020. Interestingly, after Monday’s major sell-off in the stock market, BTC continues to show its strength and is trading above $13,4000 levels at press time. On Monday, Dow Jones (INDEXDJX: .DJI) corrected 650 points or 2.29 with other indices following the cue. This has been the biggest
U.S. banking giant JP Morgan Chase agreed to pay fines of almost a billion dollars after acknowledging offenses regarding commodity market manipulation investigations. On Sept. 29, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) concluded what has been the largest-ever settlement imposed by the derivatives regulator according to Reuters. The bank has been engaged in a pattern