Swiss banks sell coins and bitcoin cash Ethernet to customers
A Swiss private bank is expanding digital asset management services, which earlier this summer has launched some new crypto currency service.
According to CoinDesk reported earlier, the Swiss private bank Falcon revealed that it will allow customers with brokerage services BitcoinSuisse, buy in their own account and coins. Allegedly, the issue is in line with the Swiss regulators (FINMA) to carry out consultations.
Now, the product line is extended, including Ethernet coins, Wright coins and bitcoin cash. According to today’s announcement, the bank’s customers will be able to buy and hold the encryption currency from August 22nd.
This is a remarkable development, because the original service is on the line for more than a month ago, this is the traditional bank for the first time to provide customers with encryption currency service. As of last year, the Falcon private banks under its control over $14 billion in assets.
The Falcon is the first private bank directly provide bitcoin bank, which has historical significance, “the Swiss bank CEO NiklasNikolajsen said in a statement. “They by increasing the etheric coins and other encryption assets to follow up decisions, so that they become the first choice of private bank asset holders and investors encryption.”
In bitcoin service launched, Falcon headquarters in Zurich to install a bitcoin ATM machine.