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TP ICAP, the world’s largest inter-dealer broker, has begun offering crypto-linked exchange-traded products (ETPs) services to clients, once again demonstrating the growing mainstream adoption of digital assets. While the firm currently only trades ETPs in Europe, it plans to launch in the US in eight weeks. Simon Forster and Duncan Trenholme, TP ICAP digital assets’ co-heads, said “trading an equity-linked product on an exchange is probably the easiest way for clients to get comfortable with digital assets, the firm had been active in trading ETPs such as ETC Group’s physical bitcoin product, BTCE.” 

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