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On the Wall Street will inevitably appear cryptocurrency trading



Ex-manager JPMorgan Amber Baldet believes that soon on Wall Street will begin to trade in cryptocurrencies.



21.May.18 9:40 AM
By John M Jeffcoat
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On the Wall Street will inevitably appear cryptocurrency trading
The news portal forklog.com cites the words of former managing company JPMorgan and the founder of Clovyr startup blocker Amber Baldet, who believes that soon Wall Street will begin operations with crypto-loans, despite the critical attitude to them from leading financial companies.

Also, according to her, this will happen "even earlier than it may seem." At the same time, she notes that if this happens so soon, the sides of trade crypto-exchange relations will face legal problems.

Another problem, voiced by Mrs. Boldet, is the high vulnerability of crypto-currency holdings and purses. It's worth noting that Amber Baldeth left JPMorgan in April of this year to found a start-up that develops the technology of secure storage of decentralized software on the block. Although the possible problem will soon cease to be so urgent, as several large corporations are currently working on it, including the Blockstack blocking project, which recently announced the launch of a one-stop shop for decentralized applications.

Besides, the other day, we wrote that the largest bank in Japan - Nomura in partnership with Global Advisor Holdings and the manufacturer of Ledger hardware purses - presented its development for the safe storage of digital values.



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