It appears that one of the most prominent bitcoin skeptics may be changing his tune.
Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co.
has continually poured cold water on the No. 1 digital currency, calling it a terrible store of value, a bubble and a fraud. But now, following counterpart Goldman Sachs Group
it appears the U.S. banking giant is dipping its toes in the digital-currency water.
The Financial News reported Thursday that JPMorgan had made a personnel shift, and Oliver Harris will move into a role that will examine the use of digital currencies for the bank.
The move would be a stark turnaround for Dimon, who for more than four years has turned his nose up at the idea of cryptocurrencies playing a role in mainstream financial markets.
It began as early as January…