The financial institution announced that it will soon add more cryptocurrencies to its offering, making buying Bitcoin and Ethereum as easy as investing in S&P Global indices.

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Cryptocurrencies are gaining more and more ground in the world of investments and now they have reached Wall Street . The financial S&P Global made official the entry of Bitcoin and Ethereum to its indices, making it easier for investors to buy these assets.

This week, cryptocurrencies have made the financial headlines. On the one hand, Ethereum reached its historical maximum price , exceeding $ 3,000 per unit (about 60,000 Mexican pesos). This helped his co-founder, Vitalik Buterin , become the youngest billionaire in the world at age 27. Meanwhile, a tiktoker created his own cryptocurrency called ‘Scam’ , which although it started as a joke, achieved a capitalization of 70 million dollars at its launch.

Last December, the Manhattan-based entity announced its plan to venture into cryptocurrencies with Lukka , a