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Source: BlackRock wants to offer crypto trading

Source: BlackRock wants to offer crypto trading

One of the world's largest investment companies, with $10 trillion in assets, plans to allow clients to trade cryptocurrency via its Alladin platform.

According to Coindesk's sources, besides opening a platform for digital trading assets, it is also considered the possibility of offering loans with collateral in the form of cryptocurrency. However, the launch dates of new services have not yet been disclosed, while the company did not provide any comments.

Recall that in June 2021, BlackRock started to take an active interest in the blockchain field. It posted a number of vacancies in the field of distributed ledger technology, APIs, and smart contracts. According to the above-mentioned sources, a team of 20 experts has already been formed.       

A team of 20 experts has already been formed, say the above-mentioned sources. Jointly with Vanguard and State Street Corporation, they control 40% of all U.S. companies and 88% of S&P500 companies (the largest companies by market capitalization).

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