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"The guardrails haven't been found yet": The execs behind a big Wall Street bitcoin partnership say crypto is still in its infancy

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A trader works at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, (NYSE) in New York, U.S., January 8, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

  • ICE, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, announced in January a partnership with Blockstream to a launch a data feed product to make cryptocurrency markets more transparent for Wall Street. 
  • A number of hedge funds and trading firms are testing the product, which went live in March, according to Lynn Martin, head of ICE's data business. 
  • We met up with Martin and Blockstream chief executive Adam Back to talk about the product, the development of cryptocurrency market structure, and a potential bitcoin exchange-traded fund. 

It was a match made in heaven. Blockstream had the relationships with the crypto world. And ICE, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, had the data background.

Together, they launched a data feed product aimed at Wall Street to provide a clearer picture of the opaque cryptocurrency markets. The feed, which spits out more than 4 million data points a day, is now being tested by a number of trading firms and hedge funds. 

The so-called Cryptocurrency Data Feed draws information that covers more than 65% of the market. The feed, which went live in March, joined a family of more than 450 real-time market data feeds already operated by ICE. 

Whereas ICE's competitors - Cboe Global Markets and CME Group - have dived into bitcoin futures, ICE has focused on data, and adding transparency to the marketplace known for its wild price swings and fraud. 

We recently met up with Martin and Adam Back, the chief executive officer at Blockstream, at the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the product, the development of crypto market structure, and a bitcoin ETF. 

The following has been lightly edited for clarity and length. 

Frank Chaparro: How did this partnership come together?

Adam Back: For our part we provide infrastructure technology to companies using bitcoin and blockchain - so bitcoin exchanges. We have an inter-exchange settlement mechanism called Liquid which is a blockchain for settling bitcoins between bitcoin exchanges. So we have partnerships with a number of exchanges and we were able to negotiate with them to have reliable access to their data feeds. Some of them are provided as a subscriber on a best effort basis but in order to provide it to institutional customers they have an expectation of reliability and standardized format. So we are pulling around 2/3rds of global volume into this feed and in multiple currencies.  Between cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies, there are about 400 pairs and it is about 4 million data points a day. Subscribers can also download historic price data, which is useful for graphing. They can pull it into their broker terminal. 

Chaparro: Something I've been looking at recently is the development of crypto-exchanges market structure. A lot of these exchanges lack a lot of the functionalities of an ICE or New York Stock Exchange. Certain order-types don't exist, matching engines are in the cloud, etc. How far off is this market from US equities?

Martin: I mean you are talking about apples and florescent neon signs when you are comparing the two. You are talking about the US equities markets, which are some of the most liquid in the world, huge international user base, retail, institutions, buy side, sell side, you name it. I don't think you actually can transact in financial markets and not have exposure there. You also layering on things such as Reg NMS, which has been an interesting regulation around linkages and preserving best bids and offers, when you are talking about some of the order types and pricing things. You are talking about a market that really was built 225 years ago and has had multiple evolutions as a result of various crises to a very new market. Crypto markets are very, very new. I like to say the guardrails haven't been found yet in this market. The regulatory framework hasn't been found yet in this market. That's why you don't find institutional users jumping in with feet first yet.

Chaparro: Fair enough. When we last spoke, you mentioned that transparency is what this market needs more so than futures, which your competitors launched at the end of 2017. Why do you think that is? 

Martin: I think the market is going to have to be taken to the next level. But the only way that is going to happen though is if there is transparency, and if there are tools provided to allow folks to manage exposures effectively, across a wide-variety of venues, and not just a single venue. And they need to be able to do that in a reliable and trusted fashion. That's were data comes in. You can't really manage risk if you don't have a broad specrum of data. That's why we've gone more the data and technology route, as opposed to just throwing up a contract.

Chaparro: Adam, when you think about the development of this market, from a crypto perspective, do you think this is all in line with what Satoshi envisioned for bitcoin? Does it make sense for Wall Street to be so entangled around a technology many think can some day topple the financial-services industry? 

Back: It's evolved in a short period of time. It's only really nine years or something. Think about the first few years. There were no exchanges. And then the additional exchanges were very small startups without very much traditional market experience. So things have been improving over time. And there are new entrants to the market all the time. On the retail side, Square has started offering cryptocurrencies. And Robinhood, which is a retail brokerage I guess, has also started. And the institutional interest seems to be a bit higher.

But a nice analogy would be physical gold ownership, owning a gold bar or having that with a custodian versus buying an ETF. For many people, they wouldn't want to hold physical gold in their house. They would sooner buy a position in the ETF. Those kinds of products have to filled in. There have been a number of new ETF filings put in. Initially they were by startups like Gemini. But since the futures there have been a number of Wall Street companies that have put in filings. And if you look at the regulators' initial comments on the previous filings, there were a number of complaints, one of them being insufficient pricing information and transparency. So I think there is a way to go there.

Chaparro: What could a bitcoin ETF do for the market?

Screen Shot 2018 04 27 at 2.21.45 PMBack: If you look at the history of gold, when the ETF started it brought a lot of liquidity to the market. So that might be an opportune time for some Wall Street players to participate in managing that liquidity.

But there's an issue: how do you maintain custody. So, with gold, people know how to do it because it is physical and so you have a lot of security around that. But managing security with bitcoin is tricky. And there have been mistakes. I think there is a good place for existing custodians, who have the regulatory coverage to be a custodian, to participate.

Chaparro: What has surprised you the most about this crypto market since launching this product?

Martin: What surprised me since we announced the feed is really the amount of interest. We have been working with a lot of customers throughout the ecosystem. Risk takers, the risk managers, people who just want a view as to what the overall market is doing. To help from a compliance perspective, an educational perspective ... it has amazed me the diversity of folks looking for this breadth of information. It is sort of rubber stamps that what we are doing is the right thing. People want a view.

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SEC: ICO Tokens Should Be Regulated as Securities, Not Bitcoin

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The role of cryptocurrencies was thrust into the spotlight during a hearing between Congress and the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The US House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations held a hearing with the Wall Street regulator on April 26, and they explored regulating cryptocurrencies in what they still seem to believe exist in a

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Latest SEC Hearing into Cryptocurrencies Offers Glimmer of Light

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Latest SEC Hearing into Cryptocurrencies Offers Glimmer of Light

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has been relatively stringent in its views of both security and utility tokens. The organization is seeking to label all virtual tokens originally distributed through initial coin offerings (ICOs) as securities, which would subject them to very strict regulatory practices and potentially have massive repercussions on their prices.

One of those tokens is ether, which was originally distributed and marketed through presales. Members of the Venture Capital Working Group — an organization comprised of lawyers, investors and cryptocurrency experts working to block the SEC’s decision — argue that ether has become so decentralized, it can no longer be looked at as a security, and should thus be exempt from securities-related laws. Ether is the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap after bitcoin.

April 26, 2018, marked an important step in the fight for “token rights.” A congressional hearing with testimony from the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance (the organization directly responsible for establishing token policies) took place to potentially develop more reasonable approaches toward token sales and their classifications.

Minnesota Representative Tom Emmer led the discussion with SEC division head William Hinman. Throughout the hearing, Emmer voiced his support for cryptocurrency entrepreneurship and innovation, stating, “People tend to fear what they don’t know. If people sailing the oceans at the time of Columbus had believed the world is flat, we wouldn’t have had the great discoveries of the New World.”

The discussion marks a new attitude amongst SEC members. Chairman Jay Clayton has reported in the past that he wants to see all tokens registered through ICOs be classified as securities in the future, but Hinman assured listeners that representatives are trying to view the situation openly and see which entities might exhibit utility-based behaviors.

During the hearing, Rep. Emmer asked Hinman, “Is it possible that a utility token would not be a security because it’s not done for capital formation?”

Hinman replied that it ultimately was possible, as there are tokens that do not have the “hallmarks” of a security. Additionally, he stated that many fundraisers are intended to “develop networks” where a token is strictly intended for use as a buying mechanism for goods or services.

“We can certainly imagine a token where the holder is buying a token for its utility, not as an investment,” Hinman continued. “Especially if it’s a decentralized network where it’s used, and not central actors where there would be information asymmetries where they would know more than token investors.”

In a recent panel discussion during the Distributed: Markets Conference in Chicago, Tennessee blockchain lawyer Gray Sasser of Frost Brown Todd explained that while the SEC has been relatively straightforward in saying where tokens should fall, it has not done a good job of guiding distributors or token builders.

This has been a recurring point of concern. Emmer echoed this sentiment, asking how regulation in the U.S. can be better clarified for U.S. investors. He queried whether it was possible to assist crypto-related business developers to better understand their contributions to tokens that may not be securities, thus avoiding SEC enforcements.

Hinman — likely referring to the Venture Capital Working Group — replied that one of the steps the SEC was taking was “meeting with participants that have these ideas of a token that shouldn’t be regulated as a security” and working with them on how they should be structured. Hinman pointed out that the SEC is heavily engaged in academics, industry and other departments to better explore how everything might work, and that in the long run, the U.S. is “pragmatic” in its support of new technology.

Unfortunately, the hearing also shed light on the lack of education among American leaders concerning cryptocurrencies. Some comments and questions arose, for example, that referenced bitcoin as a security despite the asset already being established as a commodity by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).

Figures like Aaron Wright — director of blockchain project Cardozo — took to Twitter to express their thoughts and concerns. Wright says that the hearing was amongst the most significant and fulsome commentaries delivered by the SEC regarding token regulation, but that there was also “superficial appeal” to treating bitcoin and related tokens as securities, as many of them are still seen as “speculative assets.”

“I hope that we don’t [go] down that path,” he wrote. “These types of arguments could conceivably gain legs, given the heavy emphasis by some that tokens in some way mutate. Certain tokens could start as a commodity and then mutate into securities as networks consolidate and begin to exhibit less utility. There’s no logical boundaries for these types of arguments so they become dangerous and likely will have unforeseen consequences.”

On the other hand, nonprofit research and advocacy association Coin Center was very positive about the hearing, commenting that the SEC’s views were generally the “right approach” when it came to examining tokens’ usefulness and decentralization to decide whether tokens were securities or utilities.

“It’s awesome to hear the SEC’S Director of Corporation Finance testify that they are looking at these issues with a similar perspective,” said Peter Van Valkenburgh, the organization’s director of research, on the Coin Center blog.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

CRYPTO INSIDER: Litecoin's founder regrets selling when he did

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Charlie Lee, the founder of litecoin has hinted that he has some regrets about selling his entire holding shortly before Christmas.

"I still think it was the right move but I question whether — I think in the long run it was the right move but in the short term while the price is down, below the all-time high, it just feels like it's not the right decision," Lee said in an interview streamed on YouTube Friday.

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Litecoin's founder regrets selling when he did

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Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider’s roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

Charlie Lee, the founder of litecoin has hinted that he has some regrets about selling his entire holding shortly before Christmas.

"I still think it was the right move but I question whether — I think in the long run it was the right move but in the short term while the price is down, below the all-time high, it just feels like it's not the right decision," Lee said in an interview streamed on YouTube Friday.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Crypto prices today ehtereum ripple XRP

In the news: 

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Litecoin's founder regrets selling when he did

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

litecoin creator founder charlie lee

Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider’s roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

Charlie Lee, the founder of litecoin has hinted that he has some regrets about selling his entire holding shortly before Christmas.

"I still think it was the right move but I question whether — I think in the long run it was the right move but in the short term while the price is down, below the all-time high, it just feels like it's not the right decision," Lee said in an interview streamed on YouTube Friday.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Crypto prices today ehtereum ripple XRP

In the news: 

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff. 

SEE ALSO: AMD shrugs off one of Wall Street’s biggest concerns about crypto mining (AMD)

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Bitcoin Price Analysis: Market Direction Depends on Next Price Line Tests

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Price Analysis

Over the last few weeks, bitcoin has had its fair share of ups and downs. The volatility has chopped up many of the public bulls and bears alike as the market has struggled to find a consistent direction for more than a couple of weeks at a time. The market is currently in an interesting space as many macro trends have been broken. One major trend that was broken last week was the macro demand line shown below:

fig1Figure 1: BTC-USD, 12-HR Candles, Macro Supply Line Broken

The break of the supply represents a macro change of character for the market and is undoubtedly a bullish signal. After bottoming around $6,500, bitcoin had a very strong, sustained rally for a 40% market value increase over a relatively small amount of time. Currently, the market is experiencing some turbulence as we test well known resistance points where lots of overhanging is present. Our current price level is the beginning of the hypodermic trend we saw late last year as we broke free of the parabolic envelope shown below:

fig2Figure 2: BTC-USD, 12-HR Candles, Hypodermic Trend Breakthrough

The Hypodermic Trend is where the FOMO, irrational buying began and left many investors holding underwater positions. This FOMO resulted in tons of overhanging supply and I don’t expect us to make any upward progress without a solid fight from the bitcoin bears.

This recent markup came about as a result of a solid accumulation phase on the 2-HR time frame that lead into reaccumulation and has now pushed us into a new trading range that is currently testing the overhanging supply. The figure below outlines the micro accumulation leading into our current trading range:
fig3Figure 3: BTC-USD, 2-HR Candles, Micro Markup into New Trading Range

Our current trading illustrates the presence of supply by the sellers:
fig4Figure 4: BTC-USD, 60-Min Candles, Current Trading Range

It is unclear whether this current trading range is distribution (top of the rally) or reaccumulation (temporary stop before a resumption of the uptrend), but what is clear is the presence of supply. And the presence of supply makes total sense given the current price level.

Whether the market is going to move up or down remains to be seen, but key price levels to watch are near the bottom of our current trading range in the $8,600s. A breakdown of that price level would likely send us retesting our macro lows in the $6,000s. If this current trading range breaks down, that will be an incredibly bearish signal as that indicates the overwhelming presence of supply in the market. If we manage to test the $6,000s, I find it highly unlikely that we rally without establishing new lows once again.

If we manage to establish a clear reaccumulation trading range and break upward, I expect to see resistance around the 50% Fibonacci value shown below:
fig5Figure 5: BTC-USD, 12HR Candles, Macro Resistance

Summary:

  1. A major macro downtrend broke last week that marks a potential, new macro uptrend.
  2. A large amount of supply is present as we test the current price levels that also match the hypodermic breakout of last year’s parabolic trend.
  3. We are in a trading range and are testing supply as the market decides whether we will move up or down. Key price levels exist just above our trading range. If we reject those price levels and our current trading range, expect to see a retest of the macro low in the $6,500 range.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

5 More Payments Firms to Adopt Ripple's xVia Tech

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Five firms across Europe and Asia plan to adopt Ripple's xVia protocol to bring their payments services to emerging markets.

Prosecutors Charge 'Discount Bitcoin Bandits' With Robbery

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has charged the "Discount Bitcoin Bandits" with robbery, child abuse and grand theft counts.

$670 Million: Bitcoin Futures Post Record Daily Volume as Market Recovers

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin futures volume reached an all-time high on Wednesday, peaking near a combined $670 million between regulated US exchanges CME and CBOE. On Chicago exchange CME, traders exchange more than 11,000 contracts, worth an equivalent 56,010 BTC. According to CME’s Bitcoin Reference Rate (BRR) for April 25, those contracts equate to more than $497 million in

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Crypto Assets Offer New Opportunities for VCs on a Global Scale

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Crypto Assets Offer New Opportunities for VCs on a Global Scale

As institutional capital in the crypto space increases regularly, the need for blockchain technology and related enterprise support is at an all-time high, and several companies are working hard to provide both as the arena expands.

One of those companies is Coefficient Ventures, a crypto fund set on financing blockchain systems worldwide. Thus far, the company has made over 25 investments in companies and applications like Filecoin for decentralized storage; Raiden for scalability; and Zeppelin to improve smart contract capabilities.

Speaking with Bitcoin Magazine, founding partner Chance Du described how she sees a central role for blockchain investment across all sectors of the global economy.

The global financial industry features significant flaws in its current design. Two billion of the world’s people have virtually no access to financial services, while an additional four billion have very limited access. Du says she began investing in blockchain technology in 2017 because she believes it can remove these barricades and allow for a “more accessible and democratized” financial infrastructure.

“The internet has been an extraordinary conduit for uploading, exchanging and disseminating information,” she explains. “However, until 2009, if you wanted to go and exchange value online, there was no way to do that. Whether it was data, money, the title to your car or home, you had to do it in a way that didn’t involve legacy institutions such as banks, governments and clearing houses. With blockchain technology, people can have bank accounts in their pockets. They no longer need these legacy institutions that have kept so many consumers out. Blockchain technology offers a value protocol which allows for the frictionless exchange of value.”

Hoping to assist businesses that can remove financial pain points from our monetary systems, Coefficient Ventures also offers extensive start-up support. Its current advisory portfolio includes projects like TomoChain, which seeks to build blockchain and crypto-based partnerships between national markets; IoTeX, a decentralized network for the Internet of Things; and Havven, a payment network and stable coin system based in Australia. Du says the next step involves collecting capital from accredited investors to fund these projects and incentivizing contributors to “build tools and services” to facilitate them.

As with all business enterprises, challenges have emerged that have made it hard for start-up VCs to stay on track. Du notes that the financial industry is a relatively saturated space, with hundreds of crypto funds and traditional VC funds joining the “ICO investing race” every day. Competition is extremely fierce, and carving out the right business strategies isn’t always easy.

Regulation and the constant changes it presents has also made things difficult. Du says one of her main goals is to see the cryptocurrency arena thrive and she recognizes the necessity to adhere to ever-changing regulations in order to bring further legitimacy to the space.

“We must keep a close eye on every country’s regulatory environment and adjust our strategies accordingly,” Du says. “Token exchange listings, for example, are directly affected by regulatory shifts. Many exchanges are not allowed to list any new tokens during strict regulatory days, and we’ve had to find alternatives for fund liquidity.”

One strategy that has worked for Du involved turning to decentralized exchanges or DEXs. Users’ own wallets are utilized to transfer and collect funds, and transactions are published directly on the blockchain, thus eliminating several risks one might encounter through centralized platforms.

“We are also considering tokenizing our own fund, but we must be cautious to remain in compliance with the SEC,” she continued. “I think the whole world is watching the moves of the SEC. They’ve proven quite adequate when it comes to dealing with emerging technologies like cryptocurrencies. I believe once the SEC has figured out how to treat crypto, other countries will mirror its moves, but right now, governments don’t seem to understand them well enough yet.”

While hostility still seems to exist toward digital assets, Du suggests legislative systems will eventually adapt to become more accepting. She even compares cryptocurrency to Uber, which in the beginning, she states, was the object of speculation amongst those who felt it was breaking certain legal barriers.

“Uber got tons of legal challenges in the beginning, and it drove regulation once it was adopted by the masses,” she explained. “The demand of Uber from the public was so high that the local laws were forced to adapt. The same will happen for cryptocurrency.”

In the end, Du believes that blockchain and digital assets present advantages often missing from traditional finance mechanisms.

“Traditional VCs have burdens in the new game because of the old investing philosophies they carry,” she says. “Things don’t work the same way, anymore. Compared to traditional VCs, new crypto funds move fast and understand the underlying value of crypto projects.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Riot Blockchain Trades All Mined Bitcoin Cash into Bitcoin

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Biotech-company-turned-cryptocurrency-investment-firm Riot Blockchain is not long on Bitcoin Cash. That’s one of several revelations from a recent public filing that provides an overview of the Colorado-based company’s 2017 financial results. The Nasdaq-listed firm, which reports that it had 3,500 Bitmain S9 miners deployed at a data center in Oklahoma City at the end of March

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PBoC Digital Currency Director Says Blockchains Need Centralization

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

China’s digital currency director said that excessive decentralization is a fatal flaw that spells doom for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and many other public blockchains. Writing in an op-ed published by Chinese-language business news outlet Yicai, Yao Qian — who leads the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) digital currency research institute — argued that is impossible to

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Bigger Blocks and Smarter Contracts: What's In Bitcoin Cash's Next Fork?

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin cash's most ambitious hard fork upgrade is coming in May, backed by the promise of taking its "on-chain scaling" philosophy to new heights.

10% of Q1 Revenue: Cryptocurrency Mining Boosts AMD Profits Despite Volatility

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Advanced Micro Devices’ first-quarter earnings results were buoyed by cryptocurrency mining revenue, but the chipmaker warned the volatility is getting in the way. AMD in Q1 generated a higher percentage of its revenue from sales of its graphics chips that are used to power computers in the cryptocurrency mining process for digital currencies like bitcoin and ethereum. The company, … Continued

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The founder of litecoin said selling his entire stake 'feels like it's not the right decision'

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Litecoin creator Charlie Lee sold his entire litecoin holding in December.
  • He said in an interview on Friday that "it feels like it's not the right decision" after the recent fall in litecoin's value.
  • But he says he thinks it's the right decision long-term as he tried to make litecoin a truly decentralised cryptocurrency.
  • You can follow the live litecoin price on Markets Insider.


LONDON — The founder of cryptocurrency litecoin has hinted that he has some regrets about selling his entire holding shortly before Christmas.

Developer Charlie Lee, a former Google and Coinbase employee, created litecoin in 2011 as a quicker and cheaper alternative to bitcoin. Litecoin has a market cap of $8 billion and is the sixth largest cryptocurrency, according to CoinMarketCap.com.

Lee sold his entire litecoin holding on December 20, saying in a Reddit post the move was meant to remove any perception of "conflict of interest." Lee remains the chairman of the Litecoin Foundation, which promotes the cryptocurrency and its adoption.

In an interview streamed over YouTube on Friday, Lee hinted at some regrets about his decision to sell.

"I still think it was the right move but I question whether — I think in the long run it was the right move but in the short term while the price is down, below the all-time high, it just feels like it's not the right decision," Lee said.

Litecoin has fallen from a price of around $322 per coin on the day Lee sold to $150 on Friday morning. The decline is in-line with the wider cryptocurrency market, which has broadly halved in size since a peak in December.

Despite the price crash, Lee said: "But I think like, moving forward, five years down the road, when the price is back to the all-time high, I feel like it will be the right move."

Lee also stressed that his litecoin holdings were not large enough to move the market when he sold.

"I didn't actually have that many litecoins," Lee said. "My selling litecoins didn't actually affect the market itself but the fact that I had litecoins and people were thinking that I might dump it on the market actually was an issue. Similarly, Satoshi [Nakamoto, the creator of bitcoin], people think he has 1 million bitcoin and if he decides to sell it could really crash the market."

Lee has created and still controls litecoin but he said his selling his holdings "was definitely the first step" to stopping involvement and making litecoin a truly decentralized cryptocurrency.

"As for the future, I think eventually I would have to step away," he said. "For a currency to really be a worldwide, decentralized currency, you can't have a leader trying to control things. To make it more decentralized eventually I'll step away."

You can watch the full interview on YouTube.

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The founder of litecoin said selling his entire stake 'feels like it's not the right decision'

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

charlie lee

  • Litecoin creator Charlie Lee sold his entire litecoin holding in December.
  • He said in an interview on Friday that "it feels like it's not the right decision" after the recent fall in litecoin's value.
  • But he says he thinks it's the right decision long-term as he tried to make litecoin a truly decentralised cryptocurrency.
  • You can follow the live litecoin price on Markets Insider.


LONDON — The founder of cryptocurrency litecoin has hinted that he has some regrets about selling his entire holding shortly before Christmas.

Developer Charlie Lee, a former Google and Coinbase employee, created litecoin in 2011 as a quicker and cheaper alternative to bitcoin. Litecoin has a market cap of $8 billion and is the sixth largest cryptocurrency, according to CoinMarketCap.com.

Lee sold his entire litecoin holding on December 20, saying in a Reddit post the move was meant to remove any perception of "conflict of interest." Lee remains the chairman of the Litecoin Foundation, which promotes the cryptocurrency and its adoption.

In an interview streamed over YouTube on Friday, Lee hinted at some regrets about his decision to sell.

"I still think it was the right move but I question whether — I think in the long run it was the right move but in the short term while the price is down, below the all-time high, it just feels like it's not the right decision," Lee said.

Litecoin has fallen from a price of around $322 per coin on the day Lee sold to $150 on Friday morning. The decline is in-line with the wider cryptocurrency market, which has broadly halved in size since a peak in December.

Despite the price crash, Lee said: "But I think like, moving forward, five years down the road, when the price is back to the all-time high, I feel like it will be the right move."

Lee also stressed that his litecoin holdings were not large enough to move the market when he sold.

"I didn't actually have that many litecoins," Lee said. "My selling litecoins didn't actually affect the market itself but the fact that I had litecoins and people were thinking that I might dump it on the market actually was an issue. Similarly, Satoshi [Nakamoto, the creator of bitcoin], people think he has 1 million bitcoin and if he decides to sell it could really crash the market."

Lee has created and still controls litecoin but he said his selling his holdings "was definitely the first step" to stopping involvement and making litecoin a truly decentralized cryptocurrency.

"As for the future, I think eventually I would have to step away," he said. "For a currency to really be a worldwide, decentralized currency, you can't have a leader trying to control things. To make it more decentralized eventually I'll step away."

You can watch the full interview on YouTube.

SEE ALSO: The creator of $17 billion cryptocurrency litecoin has sold his entire stake

DON'T MISS: Someone transferred $99 million in litecoin — and it only cost them $0.40 in fees

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