A Liechtenstein-based family bank has become one of the first banks in the world that allows clients to directly invest in cryptocurrencies. The bank said it is targeting institutional and high-value private clients, who can buy in with euros, U.S. dollars and Swiss francs. "Our services are in demand from companies across the whole of Europe," said Hubert Büchel, chief client officer at the bank. As reported by CoinDesk, Falcon Group, a Swiss private bank, has also started offering a bitcoin purchasing service through clients' traditional accounts in partnership with the bitcoin brokerage firm Bitcoin Suisse AG. Bank Frick image via Wikimedia Commons.