BlackRock Gives 2 Funds Go-Ahead to Invest in Bitcoin Futures
The world's largest asset manager appears to be getting into the bitcoin game.
A job posting reveals enterprise blockchain ambitions at the world’s largest asset manager. Public and private chains are up for evaluation, a source said.
The financial services giant is monitoring regulation and development of infrastructure, among other issues.
Fink said he has been asked about crypto and bitcoin in the past, but not in the last two weeks.
Jason Jiang helped build BlackRock and comes to Apifiny before it goes public.
BlackRock held $6.5 million in CME bitcoin futures earlier this year with an appreciation of $360,000, new SEC filings show.