It’s a notable development, given that the initial service was brought online just over a month ago, marking the first time a traditional bank has moved to offer cryptocurrency services to its clients. As of last year, Falcon Private Bank had more than $14 billion in assets under its control.
“Falcon Private Bank was the first bank to offer bitcoin directly to its clients, and thus created history,” Bitcoin Suisse CEO Niklas Nikolajsen said in a statement. “Their decision to follow up by adding ether as well as other crypto-assets has made them the go-to private bank for crypto-asset holders and investors.”
At the time of its bitcoin service launch, Falcon also moved to install a bitcoin ATM in its Zurich headquarters.