Digital currency-friendly stock trading platform Robinhood Markets Inc. has reportedly hired Goldman Sachs to lead its upcoming IPO.
The job posting comes weeks after the bank appointed a new head of Digital Assets team and expressed interest in launching a stablecoin.
The investment banking giant has sold a stake worth $6.5 million in MoneyGram, the remittance partner of Ripple, according to SEC filing.
Facebook returned to its financial ambitions this week, while Goldman Sachs sounded a positive note on digital currencies.
The Bitcoin ecosystem is flourishing, and with institutional interest from Goldman Sachs, you can expect Bitcoin to continue to thrive.
The multinational investment bank has made it clear that it’s not recommending its clients to invest in digital currency.
Goldman Sachs is looking for project managers who will lead the development of “comprehensive road maps for distributed ledger technology.”
The firm has announced that it needs to reduce expenses and one of the easiest ways to make this happen is to cut personnel.
A group of former Goldman Sachs employees has announced that they have raised more than $3 million toward the development of a startup company meant to provide greater surveillance for the cryptocurrency market.
Goldman Sachs acknowledges that it plans on growing its crypto division to support increasing client demand for digital assets.
The sixteenth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing cobbles together the various entry points Wall Street has recently taken up to position themselves within the crypto ecosystem. There’s a pattern forming.