Even Dimon’s own bank, JPMorgan, has reportedly begun a trial project using blockchain as it tries to cut trading costs. Blockchain is the technology behind bitcoin.
Bitcoin has already soared 315 percent this year.
Earlier on Tuesday, Dimon warned about further declines in trading revenue for the banking giant.
Dimon said third-quarter trading revenue will drop about 20 percent on a year-over-year basis. Dimon also said the bank may not give intra-quarter guidance in the future.
JPMorgan’s stock fell off its session highs on the comments, but remained up 1.4 percent on the day.
This comes just a day after Citigroup CEO John Gerspach issued a similar warning. On Monday, Gerspach said Citi’s trading revenue could fall 15 percent, citing low market volatility.
2017 has been the calmest market in decades. The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, hit its lowest level in more than 20 years earlier this year.
The second quarter was also a weak one for JPMorgan’s trading unit as revenue fell 14 percent during the period on a year-over-year basis.
Dimon will also be speaking later Tuesday at the Delivering Alpha conference in New York.
–With reporting by Wilfred Frost