Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase revealed that it has held bitcoin and other crypto assets on its balance sheet since its founding in 2012.
- According to a blog post Thursday, the company plans to maintain its crypto exposure and aims to use that experience to assist other companies that wish to do the same.
- The blog adds that Coinbase has executed "nine- and ten-figure trades" for some of the world's largest institutions.
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