U.K.-based crypto firm BCB Group is looking to provide corporations with a way to put Bitcoin on their balance sheet by launching a dedicated treasury.
BCB Group, a global digital financial services firm, is planning to help corporations navigate cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) by launching a dedicated service.
According to a Feb. 19 announcement, BCB Group has launched BCB Treasury, a new service designed for corporate treasury departments seeking to get involved in Bitcoin à la Tesla.
The new service aims to provide a specific solution enabling access to treasury management for companies willing to invest their capital into Bitcoin and other digital assets. With BCB Treasury, executives can enter, hold, manage, and report on a Bitcoin-focused treasury strategy, the announcement states.
BCB Group founder and CEO Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie said that the launch of BCB Treasury comes in response to growing demand triggered by the recent Bitcoin moves of companies like MicroStrategy and Tesla. The exec said that lots of companies are looking to invest in crypto to hedge against weak fiat currencies:
“We are seeing some powerful signals attracting companies to the digital asset space including the debasement of reserve currencies through unprecedented levels of central bank money supply.”
Last year, BCB Group’s core business BCB Payments received regulatory approval from the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority.
Headquartered in London, BCB Group is a major European crypto payment services provider, serving some of the world’s largest crypto companies like Coinbase, Gemini, Galaxy Digital, Bitstamp and Kraken. In early February, the firm appointed former Coinbase UK CEO Zeeshan Feroz as an advisor.