Goldman Sachs to Offer Ethereum (ETH) Options

Charlie Taylor

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It's worth noting that despite a history of criticism, the Goldman Sachs research team made positive comments about cryptocurrencies in a recent report and claimed that Bitcoin is part of a new asset class. See too:

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