Nomura Holdings, Japan’s largest investment bank, has announced that it has launched a “Bitcoin fund” through its crypto subsidiary Ledger Digital. Thanks to this fund, corporate customers of the bank will be able to invest in many cryptocurrencies.
Sebastian Guglietta, CEO of Ledger Digital, said in his statement that thanks to this fund, corporate companies will be able to make long-term cryptocurrency investments without any problems:
“Technology has now become one of the key points of economic development. One of the most important elements of this great change is Bitcoin… We offer corporate clients an important opportunity to capture this great macro trend.
Ledger Digital has also partnered with crypto custody company Commanu to provide this service.
It’s clear that this move is very positive for the cryptocurrency world, especially considering recent Bitcoin ETF applications from companies like BlackRock, VanEck, Fidelity, and Invesco.
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