Investors are turning to Fidelity Investments as their primary investment platform for long-term funds, as they seek ways to save for their retirement.
The New York-based investment firm said on Thursday that it will begin allowing users to use its platform to invest in a range of financial products.
In a blog post announcing the announcement, Fidelity said it is now accepting digital wallets for the first time.
The firm said the wallet system will allow users to purchase financial products, such as CDs, bonds, cash, and even cash equivalents from a variety of different providers, such for a $500,000 fund, $10 million fund, or even $100,000 funds.
Fidelity will launch the new product in a beta test in early 2019.