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Newly Formed Institute for Blockchain Innovation Backs ICO Alternative

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

IBI-JCO

A new open-source think tank oriented around blockchain technology has been formed and has announced its first initiative, JOBS Crypto Offering, which aims to solve the regulatory issues surrounding initial Coin Offerings (ICO).

The newly announced Institute for Blockchain Innovation (IBI) has nearly 60 members, including global leaders in banking and technology. Companies include Finova, Indiegogo, 500 Startups, Ausum Ventures, Salesforce, Raiffeisen Bank International and BPC Banking Technologies. According to the press release, “The new think tank brings together the world’s innovators in both the traditional and the blockchain/crypto financial systems, along with leaders from corporate, academic, regulatory, entrepreneurial, venture capital, and governmental backgrounds.”

IBI Founder and Chairman Gregory Keough said, “We believe that the blockchain will be a powerful engine for bringing more people into prosperity and encouraging innovation at an unprecedented level.”  

Ausum Ventures CEO Jeremy Gardner, also an IBI founding member, said, “I fully expect the blockchain and crypto to completely eclipse our current financial services and Wall Street investment systems. IBI will play a pivotal role in achieving that vision on a global scale and creating a more inclusive system for everyone.”

An Alternative to the ICO

As part of its mission, the IBI will identify and support a key blockchain initiative. Their first initiative out of the gate is the JOBS Crypto Offering (JCO), which is intended as a new approach to trading what they refer to as “digital equity securities” (equity tokens) on the blockchain.

This new hybrid model for crowdfunding is meant to solve issues for companies struggling with the regulatory gap in ICOs and “provide a pathway from initial capital to IPO on the blockchain.” The IBI envisions this model as a way for companies around the world to be able to more easily access financial resources that can be used to grow their companies.

The JCO is based on the “Jumpstart Our Business Startup” (or JOBS) Act of 2012 and leverages the Delaware Blockchain Initiative to create a faster, blockchain-based path from startup to going public. The JCO works in three stages:

  • Stage One — Under Regulation D (Reg. D), a company offers purchase agreements to accredited investors in a presale. These purchase agreements are being referred to informally as a “Block-SAFE.”

  • Stage Two — Once the company meets the capital raise goal they have set, they submit documentation to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to get approval to issue digital equity securities to the public under Reg. A+, or by filing a registration statement under the Securities Act.

  • Stage Three — Under Reg. A+, the securities become available to both accredited and non-accredited investors, and can then be traded on an alternative or traditional exchange approved by the SEC. According to the IBI website, “These equity tokens represent one share of stock in the company, and they are able to pay dividends.”

The IBI says that this blockchain-based approach “provides liquidity in a crowdfunding model, creates a faster track to IPO, and expands funding opportunities beyond the traditional VC path.” Unlike ICOs, the JCO is “designed to offer the market’s first equity-linked token that can be traded in cryptocurrency and is also backed by assets in a U.S. corporation.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

(+) Zcash: Why It Could Be A Better Bet Than Bitcoin

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‘Drunk on Bitcoin Nonsense’: Anti-Crypto Short Seller Pounds the Table on Square

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

Square shares took a brief hit Monday after noted short seller Andrew Left of Citron Research said interest over its recently introduced bitcoin trading product was exaggerated, according to CNBC. The app lets customers trade BTC from their mobile payment app almost instantaneously, which is an attractive feature for traders. Citron: Wall Street ‘Drunk On

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NEM-Based Platform Develops First AR Dapp for Blockchain Commercialization

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Up 33%: Bitcoin's Price Just Had Its Best Month of 2018

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

Bitcoin rallied more than 33 percent in April, making it the coin's best month of the year to date.

Goldman Sachs CFO Martin Chavez and Roblox CEO David Baszucki to hit up Disrupt SF

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

We’ve already got a star-studded lineup prepped to speak at Disrupt SF, running September 5 to September 7. So far, we’ve announced appearances by Sophia Amoruso, Carbon’s Dr. Joseph DeSimone, Adidas’ Eric Liedtke, Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse, Michael Arrington, and Drew Houston. But given that today is the last day to purchase early bird tickets, we […]

Ripple Adds Another Bank to Instant International Payments Blockchain

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

Ripple’s global enterprise blockchain network has added its latest member in BankDhofar, an Oman-based financial institution. In an announcement on Tuesday, Muscat-based BankDhofar confirmed its move to join RippleNet, an enterprise blockchain that sees over 100 financial institutions globally as members including banks, payment providers and financial institutions. The bank said the implementation of Ripple’s

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Ether Price Analysis: Bullish Signals Show Strength in Ether

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

Ether Price Analysis

Since bottoming in the mid $300s, ETH-USD has managed to almost double in price over the course of a month. The support at the bottom came from the top of the previous reaccumulation trading range shown below:

fig1Figure 1: ETHUSD, 12-Hour Candles, Previous Trading Range

Whether this is nothing more than a brief respite in an overall downward trending market remains to be seen. There are several very bullish factors to consider:
fig 2Figure 2: ETHUSD, Daily Candles, Macro Support

We managed to break through the daily candles’ 50/200 EMAs. We are currently sitting on top after a successful test of support a few days ago. For now, the 50/200 EMAs are proving to be strong support.

Next, the rally off the $350 support area showed a high amount of volume indicating demand is returning to the ether markets. The rally off support broke the downward trend where we are currently consolidating in a substantial bullish pennant:fig 3
Figure 3: ETHUSD, 6-Hour Candles, Bull Pennant

A pennant of this size has a measured move of approximately $200. If we manage to breakout and rally, we should expect to see a price target of approximately $850. The breaking of the downward trend is a very bullish signal as it represents a loss of downward momentum and the potential beginning of a new, sustained, upward trend.

At the moment, ether is looking very strong. If we manage to find support on the lower trendline of the pennant, that will give us increased confidence in a continuation of the up trend. With the market currently sitting on many levels of macro support, it will take a lot of effort to push back through the established support levels.

Summary:

  1. After finding support on the previous, macro trading range, ether managed to rally right through the downtrend where it is sitting on macro support.
  2. At the moment, ether is finding support on both the 50 and 200 EMAs.
  3. Ether is positioned in a potential bullish continuation that would have the market reaching values in the mid $800s.

Trading and investing in digital assets like bitcoin and ether is highly speculative and comes with many risks. This analysis is for informational purposes and should not be considered investment advice. Statements and financial information on Bitcoin Magazine and BTC Media related sites do not necessarily reflect the opinion of BTC Media and should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation to buy, sell or hold. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.


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Op Ed: The Emerging War for Talent in Cryptocurrency

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

Op Ed: The Emerging War for Talent in Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology continue to disrupt the global marketplace; organizations that leverage these innovative technologies can expect to see an increase in regulatory intervention in 2018. As a result of the proliferation of blockchains and cryptocurrencies, the market is witnessing a fight for talent to fill leadership roles involved with driving adoption of, and compliance with, emerging relevant legislation.

Several factors need to be considered by businesses and governments when fighting this latest battle in the war for talent, including the impact on today’s global labor market, which professional skills may be required to address challenges presented by game-changing technologies, and geographic ramifications of increased labor competition.

If You Resist, the Talent Will Flow Elsewhere…

Nations that resist or ban cryptocurrencies may end up ceding valuable human capital, as well as associated economic development opportunities. Top talent will flow to early-adopting nations that will benefit from the growth in corporate and personal income taxes as these technologies become more ubiquitous.

The implications for countries — and businesses — with high concentrations of executives in the technology sector are obvious: dynamic and ambitious technology workers migrate to markets where their skills are valued and where they have autonomy to operate.

Talent Is Needed to Keep Pace With Innovation

Innovation is outpacing regulation of cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies. In Southeast Asia, “point-of-sale” terminals accepting bitcoin are as common as Starbucks outlets in the U.S. Richard Branson has joined the parade, accepting payment in bitcoin for seat reservations into space on Virgin Galactic, for example.

It is no surprise that we’re starting to see large institutions take notice of the need for talent to keep up with so much change and disruption. Morgan Stanley recently updated its job postings for equity research positions noting that “knowledge of cryptocurrency is a plus.” Experienced talent is crucial as Facebook, Amazon and others toy with the idea of leveraging cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, in spite of recent bitcoin market value fluctuation.

Where Is the Talent?

There are simply not enough senior developers — or executives who understand these technologies — which creates a demand market where executives dictate terms of employment and engagement.

Top consultants with major global consulting firms no doubt understand blockchains and cryptocurrencies, though they possess limited operational and industry experience in this arena. Private equity and venture capital investors will end up backing individuals whom they know from adjacent markets (e.g. online payments, online trading, e-commerce) and are less likely to invest in unproven executives or management teams in less regulated markets. This leaves a gulf between individuals who have familiarity driving technology change and adoption, and executives who truly know and understand what cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology can do — and how it can be integrated — across industry verticals.

At the same time, major U.S. universities are proactively offering courses to students in emerging technology areas. NYU, Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Princeton, Duke and MIT are among early adopters of cryptocurrency and blockchain courses for undergraduate students.

On the business side of the discussion, private equity and venture capital investors and corporations seeking to harness new technology are addressing this challenge by creating non-executive advisor roles that bridge the technical and commercial chasm prevalent today in the C-suite.

Candidates looking to contribute to the next Google or Facebook are less concerned with corporate domiciliary, nationality or ownership — or even job location — and are more interested in breaking down barriers, be they economic, political or, in this instance, commercial and transactional. Executive recruiters serving clients in this dynamic industry must function as objective counsel and trusted adviser to clients investing in leadership, as the market will remain opaque for some time.

This is a guest post by Martin Mendelsohn, Senior Partner at Kingsley Gate Partners. It was co-authored by Vanya Ivbule, a London-based Director with Kingsley Gate Partners whose cross-border executive search experience spans EMEA, APAC and North America covering VP to C- Suite level appointments. He focuses on industries that invest in innovative technologies and spearheads the company’s blockchain practice. Opinions express belong to the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect those of BTC Media or Bitcoin Magazine.


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Coinbase is allowing customers to make big trades in the shadows in attempt to lure big Wall Street traders to its exchange

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

Brian Armstrong Coinbase

  • Coinbase, the cryptocurrency trading firm, is supporting block trades and opening up an office in Chicago, several people familiar with the matter tell Business Insider.
  • Block trades, which are made off an exchange's order book, are popular among large institutions looking to trade without impacting the market.
  • Supporting block trades could lure large institutions and traders to Coinbase's institutional-grade exchange, GDAX.
  • Coinbase is also opening an office in Chicago, a city known for its large number of trading firms, to lure in talent to help build-out GDAX's trading tech.

Coinbase, the San Francisco-based cryptocurrency company, is making big moves to shake-off its scrappy startup roots and transform into a first-class trading firm.

The firm is starting to support block trades for its clients, people familiar with the matter tell Business Insider, showing that Coinbase is serious about competing with rival cryptocurrency exchange Gemini and other over-the-counter trading firms for business from institutional and high-net-worth clients.

Such trades occur off an exchange's main order book and are popular among large institutions such as crypto hedge funds and trading firms, which don't want a big trade to impact the market. The trades are common in equity and futures markets, and are mostly conducted by market makers and trading firms in cryptocurrency markets. Gemini announced it was offering block trading to its clients earlier in April.

Coinbase, which first started offering services for institutional Wall Street firms in 2014 via its institutional exchange GDAX, has recently been gunning for business from larger customers in crypto. GDAX is at the core of that mission.

The firm has also announced the launch in late 2017 of Coinbase Custodian, a custodian product for the crypto space which the firm is trying to scale to be the "State Street of cryptocurrency." Such a product would provide additional safeguards for storing crypto.

Coinbase is also hiring a head of market structure to explore new order-types, liquidity incentive programs, and other market safeguards to beef up the exchange. That could help lure in trading firms, and add more liquidity onto the platform, according to Larry Tabb, the founder of consulting firm Tabb Group.

"Those are the things they need to be thinking about," Tabb said in an email to Business Insider. "How do we get Virtu, Citadel, DRW, Susquehanna to make markets," Tabb added. "It's going to be a combination of incentives, order types, connectivity, co-location, and pricing." 

Moving to Chi-town

A key component of this expansion appears to be hiring talent from the Wall Street world. Recently, the company brought on Chistine Sandler from Barclays. It also hired Eric Scro from the New York Stock Exchange as its vice president of finance.

The company is also opening an office in Chicago, several people told Business Insider. Chicago, home to CME Group, the Chicago Stock Exchange, and Cboe Global Markets, is full of trading talent. Coinbase's office in Chicago may be up and running by the third quarter of 2018, one person familiar with the firm's plans said. Coinbase already has some staff based in the city including engineers Kyle Kavanagh and David Caseria. The firm right now has temporary office space for staff in Chicago.

Still, the firm has a long way to go before it looks like a traditional equities exchange, according to Lynn Martin, an executive at ICE, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange.

Martin, the head of data at ICE, told Business Insider that comparing equity exchanges and crypto exchanges is the equivalent of comparing "apples and florescent neon signs."

"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, "Martin said. "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."

A spokeswoman for Coinbase declined to comment on the company's plans. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Blockchain is a 'pixie dust fad'

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The director of a leading management think tank has dismissed blockchain technology as a distracting fad without much to offer financial services.

Martin Walker, a director of the Center for Evidence-Based Management, a nonprofit that aims to improve the quality of executives' decision-making, gave evidence about digital currencies and blockchain to members of Britain's Parliament on Tuesday. Read his harsh words for the industry here. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Blockchain is a 'pixie dust fad'

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The director of a leading management think tank has dismissed blockchain technology as a distracting fad without much to offer financial services.

Martin Walker, a director of the Center for Evidence-Based Management, a nonprofit that aims to improve the quality of executives' decision-making, gave evidence about digital currencies and blockchain to members of Britain's Parliament on Tuesday. Read his harsh words for the industry here. 

Here are the current crypto prices:

Bitcoin price crypto prices

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

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Bitcoin ‘Like Gold’ but Not Ideal as Medium of Exchange: CFTC Chairman

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

Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo said that bitcoin bears several similarities to gold, although it has elements of many different asset classes. Giancarlo, to whom many cryptocurrency enthusiasts affectionately refer as “Cryptodad” due to his willingness to engage with the nascent industry with an open mind, said during an interview with

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Cross Bitcoin with Bacon and You Get Oscar Mayer's Latest Promotion - Almost

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But when people can't tell what they might win, the promotion can lose.

Bitcoin Has ‘Visible Impact’ on Financial Crime: Hong Kong Government

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

Bitcoin skeptics often deride cryptocurrency for its supposed associations with criminal networks and illicit activities. However, a new report from the Hong Kong government says that rising consumer interest in bitcoin has not correlated with a “visible impact” on the risk of financial crimes. Officials made this claim in the government’s annual money laundering and

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Ripple's Enterprise Blockchain Network Adds a New Bank

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

Muscat-based financial management firm BankDhofar has become the first Oman bank to join RippleNet, a global enterprise blockchain network by Ripple.

Blockchain is a 'pixie dust fad' and its benefits in finance are 'little to nothing'

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

Martin Walker

  • The British Parliament's Treasury Select Committee heard evidence on cryptocurrencies and blockchain on Tuesday.
  • Martin Walker from the Centre for Evidence Based Management gave evidence.
  • Walker dismissed the potential for blockchain in finance, saying it is just another fad.

LONDON — The director of a leading management think tank has dismissed blockchain technology as simply a distracting fad with "little to nothing" to offer financial services.

Martin Walker gave evidence about digital currencies and blockchain to MPs in Britain's Parliament on Tuesday. Walker is director of the Centre for Evidence Based Management, a non-profit aimed at improving the quality of decisions made by CEOs and managers around the world by pushing them to be empirical.

Walker, who spent much of his career in banking and IT, told MPs: "In terms of demonstrable benefits, [there's] little to nothing. There’s a big problem in the blockchain world with confusing 'could' for 'is.'

"All that it takes to make a credible idea into a fad is people just switch off their brains and stop thinking. Over 20 years in and around the banking industry — blockchain is a fad but I have seen many fads in my career."

He compared past fads to "magic wands, pixie dust" and said: "If 10% of what I’ve heard in my career had come true we would have these amazing banks that run for £1 a week."

If 10% of what I’ve heard in my career had come true we would have these amazing banks that run for £1 a week

Walker said it was also unhelpful to talk about blockchain technology as if it was one thing, as most developers had strayed very far for the original blockchain principles which were first developed to underpin bitcoin.

Many of the technologies embedded in blockchain are not necessarily new, Walker said, but he admitted that the hype around blockchain had provided a "catalyst" to get banks to reform and update un-sexy parts of their business such as trade finance.

Still, Walker cautioned the excitement around blockchain risked becoming "a distraction from looking at getting some of the basics rights," as many executives see blockchain as a "universal panacea."

"Genuine innovation is hard," he told MPs. "We’ve created what one of my colleagues call Innovation Theatre. If you want to be seen to be innovative all you have to do is a proof of concept using blockchain. It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t go anywhere."

Walker appeared alongside representatives from blockchain companies Everledger and Ripple and a researcher from King's College London, all of whom extolled what they see as the potential benefits of the technology.

Blockchain is a kind of next-generation database technology first developed to underpin bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. It allows data to be stored, validated, and synchronized by a group and is cryptographically sealed, preventing it from being edited once the data is agreed.

While it was initially meant to allow bitcoin transactions, it has the potential to be applied to everything from home ownership and health records to voting and marriage certificates. Financial services companies have become particularly excited about its potential to cut costs while eradicating middlemen. Santander estimated in 2015 that the technology could save the banking industry $20 billion a year.

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Blockchain is a 'pixie dust fad' and its benefits in finance are 'little to nothing'

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

Martin Walker

  • The British Parliament's Treasury Select Committee heard evidence on cryptocurrencies and blockchain on Tuesday.
  • Martin Walker from the Centre for Evidence Based Management gave evidence.
  • Walker dismissed the potential for blockchain in finance, saying it is just another fad.

LONDON — The director of a leading management think tank has dismissed blockchain technology as simply a distracting fad with "little to nothing" to offer financial services.

Martin Walker gave evidence about digital currencies and blockchain to MPs in Britain's Parliament on Tuesday. Walker is director of the Centre for Evidence Based Management, a non-profit aimed at improving the quality of decisions made by CEOs and managers around the world by pushing them to be empirical.

Walker, who spent much of his career in banking and IT, told MPs: "In terms of demonstrable benefits, [there's] little to nothing. There’s a big problem in the blockchain world with confusing 'could' for 'is.'

"All that it takes to make a credible idea into a fad is people just switch off their brains and stop thinking. Over 20 years in and around the banking industry — blockchain is a fad but I have seen many fads in my career."

He compared past fads to "magic wands, pixie dust" and said: "If 10% of what I’ve heard in my career had come true we would have these amazing banks that run for £1 a week."

If 10% of what I’ve heard in my career had come true we would have these amazing banks that run for £1 a week

Walker said it was also unhelpful to talk about blockchain technology as if it was one thing, as most developers had strayed very far for the original blockchain principles which were first developed to underpin bitcoin.

Many of the technologies embedded in blockchain are not necessarily new, Walker said, but he admitted that the hype around blockchain had provided a "catalyst" to get banks to reform and update un-sexy parts of their business such as trade finance.

Still, Walker cautioned the excitement around blockchain risked becoming "a distraction from looking at getting some of the basics rights," as many executives see blockchain as a "universal panacea."

"Genuine innovation is hard," he told MPs. "We’ve created what one of my colleagues call Innovation Theatre. If you want to be seen to be innovative all you have to do is a proof of concept using blockchain. It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t go anywhere."

Walker appeared alongside representatives from blockchain companies Everledger and Ripple and a researcher from King's College London, all of whom extolled what they see as the potential benefits of the technology.

Blockchain is a kind of next-generation database technology first developed to underpin bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. It allows data to be stored, validated, and synchronized by a group and is cryptographically sealed, preventing it from being edited once the data is agreed.

While it was initially meant to allow bitcoin transactions, it has the potential to be applied to everything from home ownership and health records to voting and marriage certificates. Financial services companies have become particularly excited about its potential to cut costs while eradicating middlemen. Santander estimated in 2015 that the technology could save the banking industry $20 billion a year.

SEE ALSO: 'It's not hype': Why the CEO of $20 billion data company thinks blockchain 'has potential to be transformative'

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CoinMarketCap releases its first mobile app for tracking cryptocurrency prices

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

CoinMarketCap seemed to appear out of nowhere last year during the rise of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, establishing itself as the de facto source for tracking the rise and fall of valuations. That’s brought incredible amounts of traffic and attention. Alexa ranks it as the world’s 174 most popular website, and it enjoys more traffic than the […]

UNDP Partners With Crypto Startup on Solar Power Pilot

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Individuals who purchase and lease out solar panels will earn bitcoin as payment under a new pilot program with a blockchain startup and the UN.

Volatile cryptocurrencies helped boost a trading company's revenue by 284% — but the boom is fading

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

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  • Plus500's revenue jumped 284% and EBITDA jumped 418% as market volatility returned and interest in cryptocurrencies continued.
  • Plus500 provides CFDs, products that let retail customers bet on the price moves of assets without actually owning them.


LONDON — Revenue at trading platform Plus500 jumped 284% in the first quarter of the year, led by a surge in cryptocurrency trading, the company said on Tuesday.

Isreali-headquartered Plus500 said revenue for the first three months of the year hit $297.3 million, equivalent to 68% of all revenue earned in 2017.

Earnings before costs like tax, interest, and other deductibles were $237.3 million — 90% of the total earned last year and 418% more than the previous quarter.

Plus500, which is listed in London, said the performance was down to a surge in new customers, drawn in by the return of market volatility and the continuing interest in cryptocurrencies.

"The very strong start to the year, which was referred to in our preliminary announcement of 14 February 2018, resulted from a period of relatively volatile markets and high levels of interest in the Company's cryptocurrency CFDs offering, and in turn encouraged high levels of New Customer sign-ups and record trading in Q1 2018," the company said.

Almost 73,000 new customers signed up in the first quarter of the year, an increase of 228% on the previous quarter.

But Plus500 added: "We have since seen market conditions return to more normal levels in the last two months. As such we do not expect such an exceptional performance to be repeated in the remainder of the year."

Plus500, which sponsors football team Atletico Madrid, offers contracts for difference (CFD). They are financial instruments that allow traders to bet on the price movement of assets without owning them. Plus500 offers CFDs for bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, iota, litecoin, and bitcoin cash.

The products are also extremely high risk and the entire industry has come under increasing regulatory scrutiny across Europe over the last year. Britain's Financial Conduct Authority has also warned specifically about the dangers of crypto CFDs, where prices of the underlying asset can fluctuate wildly in minutes.

Plus500 said it is raising its financial forecasts as a result of the record first quarter.

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Volatile cryptocurrencies helped boost a trading company's revenue by 284% — but the boom is fading

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

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  • Plus500's revenue jumped 284% and EBITDA jumped 418% as market volatility returned and interest in cryptocurrencies continued.
  • Plus500 provides CFDs, products that let retail customers bet on the price moves of assets without actually owning them.


LONDON — Revenue at trading platform Plus500 jumped 284% in the first quarter of the year, led by a surge in cryptocurrency trading, the company said on Tuesday.

Isreali-headquartered Plus500 said revenue for the first three months of the year hit $297.3 million, equivalent to 68% of all revenue earned in 2017.

Earnings before costs like tax, interest, and other deductibles were $237.3 million — 90% of the total earned last year and 418% more than the previous quarter.

Plus500, which is listed in London, said the performance was down to a surge in new customers, drawn in by the return of market volatility and the continuing interest in cryptocurrencies.

"The very strong start to the year, which was referred to in our preliminary announcement of 14 February 2018, resulted from a period of relatively volatile markets and high levels of interest in the Company's cryptocurrency CFDs offering, and in turn encouraged high levels of New Customer sign-ups and record trading in Q1 2018," the company said.

Almost 73,000 new customers signed up in the first quarter of the year, an increase of 228% on the previous quarter.

But Plus500 added: "We have since seen market conditions return to more normal levels in the last two months. As such we do not expect such an exceptional performance to be repeated in the remainder of the year."

Plus500, which sponsors football team Atletico Madrid, offers contracts for difference (CFD). They are financial instruments that allow traders to bet on the price movement of assets without owning them. Plus500 offers CFDs for bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, iota, litecoin, and bitcoin cash.

The products are also extremely high risk and the entire industry has come under increasing regulatory scrutiny across Europe over the last year. Britain's Financial Conduct Authority has also warned specifically about the dangers of crypto CFDs, where prices of the underlying asset can fluctuate wildly in minutes.

Plus500 said it is raising its financial forecasts as a result of the record first quarter.

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Volatile cryptocurrencies helped boost a trading company's revenue by 284% — but the boom is fading

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  • Plus500's revenue jumped 284% and EBITDA jumped 418% as market volatility returned and interest in cryptocurrencies continued.
  • Plus500 provides CFDs, products that let retail customers bet on the price moves of assets without actually owning them.


LONDON — Revenue at trading platform Plus500 jumped 284% in the first quarter of the year, led by a surge in cryptocurrency trading, the company said on Tuesday.

Isreali-headquartered Plus500 said revenue for the first three months of the year hit $297.3 million, equivalent to 68% of all revenue earned in 2017.

Earnings before costs like tax, interest, and other deductibles were $237.3 million — 90% of the total earned last year and 418% more than the previous quarter.

Plus500, which is listed in London, said the performance was down to a surge in new customers, drawn in by the return of market volatility and the continuing interest in cryptocurrencies.

"The very strong start to the year, which was referred to in our preliminary announcement of 14 February 2018, resulted from a period of relatively volatile markets and high levels of interest in the Company's cryptocurrency CFDs offering, and in turn encouraged high levels of New Customer sign-ups and record trading in Q1 2018," the company said.

Almost 73,000 new customers signed up in the first quarter of the year, an increase of 228% on the previous quarter.

But Plus500 added: "We have since seen market conditions return to more normal levels in the last two months. As such we do not expect such an exceptional performance to be repeated in the remainder of the year."

Plus500, which sponsors football team Atletico Madrid, offers contracts for difference (CFD). They are financial instruments that allow traders to bet on the price movement of assets without owning them. Plus500 offers CFDs for bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, iota, litecoin, and bitcoin cash.

The products are also extremely high risk and the entire industry has come under increasing regulatory scrutiny across Europe over the last year. Britain's Financial Conduct Authority has also warned specifically about the dangers of crypto CFDs, where prices of the underlying asset can fluctuate wildly in minutes.

Plus500 said it is raising its financial forecasts as a result of the record first quarter.

SEE ALSO: Trading company Plus500's shares jump 25% thanks to 'strong volumes in cryptocurrency'

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Bitcoin Price Dips Below $9,000 But Tron and Verge Continue to Record Gains

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