Representatives of SEBA told what digital assets will become available to customers and when it will happen. Swiss bank SEBA will begin supporting digital coins this week, according to the company’s official website. Using the SEBAwallet application and the SEBA card, bank customers can store and convert at least five cryptocurrencies into fiat money: Bitcoin, Stellar, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic and Litecoin.
SEBA received permission to add support for digital assets in August this year. Then Chairman of the Board Andreas Amschwand noted that obtaining a license from the Swiss Financial Market Supervision Service FINMA will facilitate the massive adoption of cryptocurrencies.
Yesterday, The Royal Bank of Canada, Canada’s largest bank, filed a patent to launch a cryptocurrency exchange. If approved, RBC customers will be able to open bank accounts with the ability to store digital assets and use them for purchases in stores and online.