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DBS Bank Ltd Introduces Asia’s Very First Direct Crypto Offering to Their Private Banking Clients

DBS Bank Ltd, a Singapore-based multinational banking and financial services corporation, announced that it will now allow its private banking clients to invest and manage Bitcoin, Ether, Bitcoin Cash and XRP through a safe and secure service by the bank.

Last December 2020, DBS launched its Digital Exchange System, allowing institutional investors and accredited investors to raise funds through digital security tokens and trade digital assets, including cryptocurrencies.

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