New York Digital Investment Group has collaborated with Q2 to allow millions of customers in American banks trade with bitcoin.
It was reported on Wednesday that this collaboration will enable 18.3 million customers in US banks trade with BTC seamlessly.
Q2 provides digital banking solutions to more than one-tenth of people who participate in digital banking and to some leading financial firms in America.
Cointelegraph earlier said NYDIG has been putting in effort to ensure customers of banks in US can carry out cryptocurrency trading with their accounts. They collaborated with Fidelity National Information Service to provide crypto trading opportunities to lenders in America for their customers.
Aside from Q2, the investment firm has equally collaborated with other firms such as Alkami and Fiserv to ensure cryptocurrency trading is made available for customers of financial companies. Fiserv made it known that their partnership with the investment firm was tailor-made for designated groups of financial companies.
Fiserv, NYDIG and First Foundation Bank are collaborating to enable their customers carry out bitcoin trading activities. Around April, First Foundation put some money into the investment firm.
NYDIG has become a Gold Partner in Alkami, a move that will ensure certain financial firms have access to cryptocurrency services.
Robert Gutmann, NYDIG’s CEO believes these collaborations will ensure financial companies have access to BTC.
In addition, he said the collaborations can make the digital currency grow and have a wider reach.
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