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Goldman Sachs launches its first Bitcoin loan

Goldman Sachs

TL;DR Breakdown

• National banking will offer full support for crypto loan
• Goldman Sachs demonstrates again that cryptos are the financial future on Wall Street

Goldman Sachs, the most dominant trading group in the United States, has just launched its first Bitcoin-based loan. This would mark a new record in using cryptocurrencies after the national bank announced its adoption.

For the first week of April 2022, the financial group adopted cryptocurrencies after recognizing the growth of the virtual market in the US and other countries. Today, Goldman is proud to show its advances in the decentralized market, creating a boom on Wall Street.

Loans in Bitcoin have become a reality

Goldman Sachs

Crypto market fans never imagined that Bitcoin, the first decentralized currency, would have support as a loan, but Goldman Sachs made it a reality. According to Bloomberg magazine, banks will allow financing with Bitcoin under their laws.

The national bank director said this project is interesting because it shows a solid structure and support. Goldman Sachs joins the growing demand for Bitcoin, where every day, more people are interested in the virtual scheme.

The cryptos are now popular with national banks and developed in large payment companies like Visa. The multinational payment platform launched its TDC and debit card for cryptocurrency operations at the beginning of the year, backed by Binance and Coinbase.

Goldman Sachs tightens its bond with the crypto market

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs tightens its bond with the crypto market as a leading financial firm on Wall Street after recognizing that this technology is part of the future. In March, the bank completed its first OTC, and it gave freedom to operations with Bitcoin through the Galaxy Digital broker.

However, Goldman’s relationship with the crypto market is from 2021, when they opened their trading conference. Eventually, the company saw the interest of its customers in the virtual market and adopted it as their own. According to reports, Goldman would also secretly meet with FTX, a crypto exchange that owns the “FTX Arena” in Miami, to discuss the progress of decentralized trading.

Goldman Sachs could be considered the financial agency on Wall Street that breaks the taboos on the crypto market. The stock market considers crypto fashionable and even brands it as financial fraud. However, Goldman trusted, invested, and now sees positive results in Bitcoin trading.

There is no information on the interest rates that Goldman will charge for loans in Bitcoin, but it is believed that the commission will be low. The national bank may include more tokens in its list of loans, provided that the project with Bitcoin ends successfully.

Carisbel Guaramato

Carisbel Guaramato

An avid content creator for over 4 years, Carisbel spends her time on blogs and technology news. She honed her skills as a social communicator and now finds crypto and blockchain news events worldwide for transmission through Cryptopolitan's neutral and incisive way.

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