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The US bank Goldman Sachs wants to create a trade area for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, according to a media report.

The business should go to the end of June at the start, reports the agency Bloomberg on Thursday. Goldman boss Lloyd Blankfein had recently been open to Bitcoins. His remarks clearly contrasted with the position of his colleague Jamie Dimon, who leads rival JPMorgan Chase. This had Bitcoin recently referred to as fraud and predicts that the currency will end in a crash. A Goldman spokesman did not want to confirm or deny the report. He simply said, “In response to customer interest in digital currencies, we’re exploring how we can best serve this.”