According to Tom Jessop, head of Fidelity Digital Assets, the platform is looking to expand its trading services to support five to seven of the top cryptocurrencies by market capitalization. Fidelity announced its digital assets platform last month, with initial support for bitcoin and ether. Jessop explains that, while the firm may be looking to add additional assets on its platform, Fidelity is maintaining a customer-driven approach and that its 13,000 institutional clients are currently interested in bitcoin and ether. Jessop also speculated on the possibility of supporting security tokens; however he wants to wait for the space to develop before adding 'security tokens or tokens that are likely to be deemed securities.' (Source: CoinDesk)
Asset management firm GoldenTree has taken a $5 million stake in the governance token for SushiSwap.