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January 17, 2018, 12:34:48 AM
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Goldman is setting up a Cryptocurrency Trading Desk. Ok it's old but... What will the prospects of this choice be?
Why did a group like Goldman make this choice? Will there be more attempts by banks and financial institutions to make bitcoin more institutionalized? What should we expect from all this? can the blockchain world continue to ignore the "real" global economic market and vice versa?
When the old economy approaches these issues it seems that the strategies they set up are always very cautious and vague. Do not they believe it enough or do they have any plans to enter into a forced collaboration in the future with the help of politics or some future strategy? You can not find sufficiently informed articles on this subject. Everyone suddenly seems to realize that the bitcoin price rises and falls and public information constantly sees the crypto traders as a group of madmen who risk everything for "non-real investments". But it is hard to believe that the old system does not have a plan to enter at the right time in all of this or that it's not realizing the potential of the blockchain. Why this delay? What are they waiting for? Is the global crypto market strong enough to undergo future interference by the great powers? (I remind you that at the minimum announcement from China, the market suffers big repercussions)

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Goldman is setting up a Cryptocurrency Trading Desk. Ok it's old but... What will the prospects of this choice be?
Why did a group like Goldman make this choice? Will there be more attempts by banks and financial institutions to make bitcoin more institutionalized? What should we expect from all this? can the blockchain world continue to ignore the "real" global economic market and vice versa?
When the old economy approaches these issues it seems that the strategies they set up are always very cautious and vague. Do not they believe it enough or do they have any plans to enter into a forced collaboration in the future with the help of politics or some future strategy? You can not find sufficiently informed articles on this subject. Everyone suddenly seems to realize that the bitcoin price rises and falls and public information constantly sees the crypto traders as a group of madmen who risk everything for "non-real investments". But it is hard to believe that the old system does not have a plan to enter at the right time in all of this or that it's not realizing the potential of the blockchain. Why this delay? What are they waiting for? Is the global crypto market strong enough to undergo future interference by the great powers? (I remind you that at the minimum announcement from China, the market suffers big repercussions)
No i dont think so..it will continue and made each more suffecient and the sytsem will always be at its highest good investment into the cryptomarket and it getting more relevant

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