Hong Kong investors can now gain exposure to Bitcoin through Samsung’s new ETF listing, launching on Jan. 13.
Samsung’s Knox Matrix uses blockchain technology backing to increase security for all personal smart devices of a user connected to the network.
Other notable corporate investors include BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, Samsung, and Goldman Sachs, according to a report from Blockdata.
“We didn’t make money, but we definitely made new friends,” said Lavar Sanders, who originally purchased the Bitcoin in 2016.
Samsung Asset Management acquired a 20% equity stake in the U.S. ETF provider Amplify Holding Company in March 2022.
Redditor Andre highlighted the ease with which hackers can use the text prediction feature to drain a user’s funds just by being able to first word out of the BIP 39 list.
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