Browsing the "Goldman Sachs" Tag

Goldman, Morgan Stanley Go Live With CLS’ IBM-Powered Blockchain

| Anna Baydakova

CLS, the bank-owned currency trading utility, and IBM have gone live with their blockchain-based payment netting service after more than two years in…

Goldman Sachs Leads $25 Million Funding for Blockchain Startup Veem

| Daniel Palmer

Blockchain payments startup Veem has closed a $25 million funding round led by Goldman Sachs, it announced Wednesday.

Goldman Sachs Said to Have Sidelined Plans for Crypto Trading Desk

| Daniel Palmer

Investment bank Goldman Sachs has reportedly dropped plans to launch a cryptocurrency trading desk, for now at least.

Prime Trust Enters Crypto Custody Race, Will Hold ‘Any’ Ethereum Token

| Ian Allison

Prime Trust, a Nevada trust company, says it can handle custody for bitcoin, ether and any token issued on ethereum under the ERC-20 standard.

Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Invest in Axoni’s $32 Million Funding Round

| Daniel Palmer

Enterprise-focused blockchain startup Axoni has completed a $32 million Series B funding round led by Goldman Sachs.

Goldman Sachs Is Reportedly Weighing a Crypto Custody Service

| Daniel Palmer

Having launched bitcoin futures trading in May, Goldman Sachs is now pondering the launch of a cryptocurrency custody service, according to a report.

Bitcoin Is ‘Not For Me’ Says Goldman Sachs CEO

| Muyao Shen

For Lloyd Blankfein, bitcoin just isn't his thing, according to new comments made Tuesday.

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The Crypto Community Isn’t Sad or Surprised By R3’s Reported Woes

| Muyao Shen

R3 is reportedly running low on cash – and judging by the social media response, the crypto-community isn't showing much sympathy.

Tradeshift Plans Blockchain Push After $250 Million Funding

| Daniel Palmer

Supply chain management firm Tradeshift says it will further expand into blockchain following a $250 million Series E round led by Goldman Sachs.

Goldman Sachs to Begin Bitcoin Futures Trading

| Wolfie Zhao

Goldman Sachs is launching a new operation that will use the firm's own money to trade bitcoin-related contracts on behalf of its clients.