JPMorgan Chase Starts Accepting Bitcoin Businesses for Banking Services

1) Jamie douchbag diamond changed his f^cking mind about bitcoin!! What a public dirtbag a>>hole.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon used to call bitcoin “a fraud,” predicting in September 2017 that the cryptocurrency would eventually blow up. “It’s worse than tulip bulbs. It won’t end well. Someone is going to get killed,” Dimon was quoted by CNBC as saying. However, less than five months later, he told the news outlet: “I regret making” those bitcoin remarks.
2) Jamie douchbag diamond changed his f^cking mind about bitcoin!! What a public dirtbag a>>hole.
JPMorgan has launched its own digital currency called the JPM Coin, which is “a digital coin designed to make instantaneous payments using blockchain technology,” its website details.
3) 1) Jamie douchbag diamond changed his f^cking mind about bitcoin!! What a public dirtbag a>>hole.

Bitcoin exchanges, Coinbase Inc. and Gemini Trust Co., have become banking customers of JPMorgan Chase

4) 1) Jamie douchbag diamond changed his f^cking mind about bitcoin!! What a public dirtbag a>>hole.

The JPMorgan research team also recently advised in a report that cryptocurrency should be in a portfolio.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. has reportedly started to accept clients from the cryptocurrency industry —  handling dollar-based transactions for their U.S.-based customers, including processing deposits and withdrawals, through the Automated Clearing House network, and wire transfers.

Many customers of Coinbase and Gemini link their bank accounts to their cryptocurrency accounts so a payments processor is required for handling cash transfers to and from those bank accounts.

The services JP Morgan Chase offers do not include handling bitcoin or crypto transactions for the exchanges.
https://news.bitcoin.com/jpmorgan-chase-bitcoin-businesses/

Is Bitcoin a Good Investment: Analyst Predicts High Institutional Demand Post Covid-19

1 investors can’t just put everything in cash.

2. cryptocurrencies are attractive because there is still very little correlation between them and traditional investments.

3. “among such uncorrelated assets, the one most investors have not yet incorporated [into their portfolios] is cryptocurrency, especially BTC,” Oishi opined.

Interest from institutional investors is expected to continue after the coronavirus crisis.

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