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Morgan Stanley is an American transnational financial services company founded by Henry Morgan and Harold Stanley in 1935 and headquartered in New York. Morgan Stanley’s banking practices are mostly built upon institutional securities, investment management and wealth management. Morgan Stanley has offices in more than 42 countries and is one of the world’s major financial institutions, with total assets of more than $814 billion. Morgan Stanley’s technology departments are strongly interested in blockchain technology. Morgan Stanley’s blockchain research and development process is covered on their official website. The latest Morgan Stanley’s news on blockchain implementation indicate that the company does not see cryptocurrency and blockchain as being suitable for major banking at this stage of development.
Bitcoin exposure has been added to the end of “Other Securities and Investment Strategies” sections for a dozen investment funds.
Morgan Stanley adds Bitcoin exposure to 12 investment funds
Naver is reportedly looking to strengthen its position in the crypto industry with a potential equity stake in South Korea’s largest crypto exchange.
South Korean internet giant Naver reportedly joins Bithumb stake race
Korean media has reported that Morgan Stanley is in talks with Bident — who owns a 10% of Bithumb Korea.
Morgan Stanley rumored to be eyeing stake in top Korean exchange Bithumb
Getting to grips with Bitcoin reveals its benefits over gold as a store of value, says SkyBridge Capital's Anthony Scaramucci.
Bitcoin 'better than gold' if you study it, fund manager tells mainstream media
Public Bitcoin acceptance continues to grow as Morgan Stanley provides another on-ramp for mainstream capital.
Morgan Stanley introduces Bitcoin investing for millionaire clients
“I know starting more or less next week, you’re going to see an absolute drumbeat of pretty game-changing milestones from some of these firms.” — Stone Ridge co...
NYDIG head says major firms will announce Bitcoin ‘milestones’ next week
NYDIG and its strategic partners will work together on Bitcoin-related initiatives following a $200 million funding round.
NYDIG raises $200M from strategic partners as total Bitcoin custody tops $1B