The world’s second largest stock exchange, Nasdaq is reportedly planning to list its bitcoin futures. Reports from two people as detailed by Bloomberg indicates Nasdaq’s plan of streamlining the US’s Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s concern before the actual contract launch – In fact, it may soon start trading in early 2019, one of the people
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies have been an attractive proposition for a lot of traditional technology and financial companies recently and everyone is trying to board the bus in the best way they can. Same has been the case with Microsoft and Nasdaq who are coming together to deliver on the blockchain promise. The partnership will offer
Bitcoin has been considered highly volatile which has made a lot of critics claim that it could neither be deemed as an investable asset or is it a stable store of value. Over the past two months, Bitcoin has silenced all these critics as the coin has remained fairly stable and its volatility is next
After waiting for over a year to be listed on a prominent exchange, XRP still hasn’t been able to make way to be listed on Coinbase. But according to latest developments, XRP may soon find itself listed on Nasdaq’s new exchange initiative giving XRP a first high profile exchange listing Nasdaq- Ripple’s knight in the
Nasdaq has stricken a hattrick with its latest move into the crypto market. In a $190 million all-cash deal, the world’s second largest exchange is acquiring the Swedish Cinnober which is in partnership with the qualified crypto custody provider BitGo. Nasdaq strikes crypto hattrick with Cinnober acquisition Yet again, Nasdaq has made another crypto score.
They say institutional interest in crypto has slowed down. With the way things are going, the situation seems quite different. One after another, giants like ICE, Nasdaq, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and many more keep on entering the crypto market that means big money will come pouring into the market as well. Bakkt by
One of the struggles that these new age crypto businesses and exchanges are facing is provided reliable, informative, analytical and secure tools for traders. While traditional business has slowly started opening up to cryptos one key contribution that is coming in is in terms of technology. In a recent addition to this list is the
The 8th largest cryptocurrency is making a lot of headway as it joins hands with Nasdaq, Visa, Citigroup-backed Chain to introduce Interstellar. Meanwhile, Starlight- Lightning on Stellar will also move into gear. Interstellar: Nasdaq, Visa-backed Chain merges with Stellar’s lightyear Stellar is yet again in the limelight with the latest update. Lightyear Corp., a company
While the world is expecting Securities and Exchange Corporation (the SEC) to approve the first Bitcoin-based ETF, SEC in the recent press release has temporarily suspended trading of Bitcoin Tracker One (“CXBTF”) and Ether Tracker One (“CETHF”). The suspension would be commencing at 5:30 p.m. EDT on September 9, 2018, and terminating at 11:59 p.m.
Bitcoin greens are signaling a bullish momentum, a sentiment mirrored by experts as they believe Bitcoin will be hitting $10k by next month and that cryptos have a bright future ahead. Bitcoin is succeeding & taking a jump Bitcoin is maintaining its winning streak as since the month started, it has been slowly and steadily
Ripple has secured yet another listing by winning a poll which is kind of expected given Ripple community’s support. Despite going through a red phase right now along with the majority of cryptocurrencies, it keeps on gaining support and increasing adoption. By involved in real life scenarios as stated by Ripple CEO and SEC Chairman
One of the world’s biggest exchanges, NASDAQ is partnering up with DX exchange which will be using NASDAQ’s matching engine technology. Reportedly, the exchange will start with featuring top six coins while offering zero fee trading services. DX exchange to use NASDAQ’s technology NASDAQ, the second-largest exchange in the world by market capitalization is backing
The parent company of New York Stock Exchange, ICE is reportedly working on a bitcoin exchange for big investors that will allow them to trade and hold bitcoin. After Goldman Sachs’ bitcoin future trading desk and Nasdaq’s collaboration with Gemini, Wall Street is slowly but surely warming up to the Bitcoin market. ICE working on
A source has revealed that the Investment banking giant, Morgan Stanley is working on a cryptocurrency trading desk. Wall Street is certainly getting serious about the crypto sector as a few days earlier Nasdaq CEO talked about the industry’s potential and Goldman Sachs hired its first executive for its digital asset unit. Morgan Stanley wants
Adena Friedman, Nasdaq CEO talks about the possibility of becoming a crypto exchange in the future once the crypto market matures out and regulations sets into place. Meanwhile, the second largest exchange has collaborated with the crypto exchange, Gemini. If a big player like Nasdaq gets into the crypto industry, it would affect popular crypto
With the digital currencies like bitcoin bearing the brunt of the strict government regulations, ad bans and price falls among so much more; governments, popular brands, and financial institutions are moving on to the blockchain technology. Crypto averse, blockchain enthusiasts As the price of bitcoin among other cryptocurrencies goes down; and regulatory bodies and institutions