Friday, July 1

BBVA Switzerland Unaffected by Bitcoin Fluctuations By CoinTelegraph

© Reuters. BBVA Switzerland is not affected by Bitcoin fluctuations

The president of BBVA (MC 🙂 Switzerland, Alfonzo Gómez, explains the invisible impact that (BTC) fluctuations have on the financial entity and shows his satisfaction with the correct decision-making regarding the implementation of the sale and purchase service of cryptocurrencies bitcoins and ether (ETH) in Europe through the banking institution.

As of June 21, the banking entity began its journey in the crypto ecosystem and as announced prior to the launch of its service related to digital assets, they have dedicated themselves exclusively to operating with bitcoin and now with the new currency. integrated digital on the 13th of this month, Ether. “We have decided to incorporate ether into our cryptoactive wallet because, together with bitcoin, they are the protocols that arouse the greatest interest in investors. At the same time, they offer us all the guarantees to comply with the regulation. ” Gomez said for the Forbes Colombia portal.

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As in its inception, the institution has not lost its focus on being always active with regard to the intense dedication of study and attention demanded by financial environments such as crypto. Well, if there is a key and characteristic factor that surrounds crypto assets, it is the fluctuation to which they are subjected and for which they should not be lost sight of when working with them. Given this, Alfonzo Gomez commented to Forbes that “If we take into account the latest increases that have occurred in recent days, especially through, obviously it is a world big enough that we cannot ignore it. And it is in this dynamic that we are working ”.

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