SoFi first offered crypto trading in 2019, but it never became a huge part of the fintech firm.
The San Francisco-based company said it was ending its crypto services on Dec. 19, and starting Wednesday, new SoFi crypto accounts cannot be opened. SoFi said its eligible customers can migrate their account to Blockchain.com or close their account instead. London-based Blockchain.com said crypto account holders at SoFi will get access to dozens of tokens traded on its platform.
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