Fidelity Digital Assets (FDAS) may delay adding support for Ethereum (ETH) in the wake of the digital coin-rsquo;s recent hard forks, industry website Coindesk has reported.

FDAS, a crypto trading and custody subsidiary of Fidelity Investments, was unveiled last year and reportedly may make its official launch as early as this month. At this moment, the venture is ready to support Bitcoin (BTC), but it also wants to add more popular digital currencies in the future. But in the wake of Ethereum-rsquo;s Constantinople hard fork and with another system update, dubbed Istanbul, possibly hitting the protocol in October, FDAS prefers to take its time when it comes to the second-largest digital currency on the market.


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