ZUG, Switzerland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Effective August 22, 2017, Falcon Private Bank, in cooperation with
Bitcoin Suisse AG, will enhance its blockchain asset management services
by adding Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH), becoming
the first bank worldwide to offer high net worth and institutional
clients direct exposure to what is now a whole range of the top market
cap crypto-assets, besides Bitcoin.

Last month, Falcon announced that it became the first Swiss private bank
to provide crypto-asset management solutions for its clients, enabling
them to purchase, exchange, and hold Bitcoin through a banking
institution.

Based in Zug, Bitcoin Suisse AG is a world leading crypto-asset broker
and asset manager and acts as the AML-regulated broker of Falcon Private
Bank and provides the infrastructure for their crypto-asset product
offering. Besides providing crypto-asset services to institutions and
HNWIs, Bitcoin Suisse AG is a leading service provider in the field of
crowdfunding projects (ICOs), having supported projects such as Bancor,
Status, TokenCard, Tezos, aeternity, OmiseGo, Melonport, Matchpool,
Decentraland, Moeda and others.

CEO of Bitcoin Suisse AG Niklas Nikolajsen said, “Bitcoin Suisse is
proud to continue to support Falcon Private Banks product offering in
the field of crypto-assets. Falcon Private Bank was the first bank to
offer Bitcoin directly to its clients, and thus created history. Their
decision to follow up by adding Ether as well as other crypto-assets has
made them the go-to private bank for crypto-asset holders and investors.”

Falcon Private Bank is a Swiss private banking institution with 14.6
billion CHF of client assets (31.12.2016), headquartered in Zurich, with
locations in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, London and Luxembourg. As the bank’s
crypto-asset broker and infrastructure partner, Bitcoin Suisse AG has
assisted in providing the full suite of products and services necessary
to acquire, safeguard, track, and trade crypto-assets for institutional
clients and high net worth clients.

Founded in August 2013, Bitcoin Suisse AG provides a range of financial
services and products for individuals, companies, and institutions in
the new crypto-financial and decentralized market space, including
brokerage, trading, asset management, ICO services, software
integrations, and consulting solutions based on crypto-assets and
blockchain technologies.

Bitcoin Suisse AG is known for supplying the crypto-payment solution
infrastructure for the town of Zug, which on July 1, 2016 became the
first public entity worldwide to accept bitcoin and other crypto-assets
as payment for public services. The oldest Swiss company in the market
and AML-regulated since 2014, Bitcoin Suisse AG has served as the
brokerage for crypto-asset institutions including the Ethereum
Foundation and the Lisk Foundation, as well as provide crypto-asset
services and solutions for a number of banks and asset managers.

About Bitcoin Suisse AG

Founded in August 2013, Bitcoin Suisse AG (BTCSAG) is a regulated Swiss
financial intermediary, service provider and asset manager, which
focuses on crypto-assets. BTCSAG provides financial services – including
brokerage, trading, ICO-services and asset management and consulting
solutions – based on crypto-assets and blockchain technologies. BTCSAG
and subsidiaries has (Q3 – 2017) has an avg. monthly turnover of ~200M
USD and has a permanent staff of some 20 employees. For more
information, visit bitcoinsuisse.ch.

About Falcon Private Bank

Falcon Private Bank is a Swiss private banking boutique with 50 years of
expertise in wealth management. Falcon provides first-class financial
services to private clients and wealthy families from the headquarter in
Zurich and locations in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, London and Luxembourg. Clients
benefit from an excellent investment competence as well as from
financial strength and stability, resulting from Swiss heritage and
government-owned shareholder.

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