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A wannabe Bloomberg of crypto is connecting investors directly with the teams working on the hottest tokens

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

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  • Blockfolio, an app crypto investors can use to view their investments, has raised $3 million in funding.
  • The money is going towards a new service that'll connect investors with the teams behind certain tokens. 
  • The company, which boosts 4 million users, is gunning to be the Bloomberg for crypto.          

Blockfolio, a popular platform crypto investors use to check their holdings, is aiming to be the Bloomberg for crypto. 

The firm, which announced Thursday the close of a $3 million in venture funding round, has taken its first big step towards its lofty vision with the launch of Signal, a new service that will allow cryptocurrency development teams to send information directly to investors on the Blockfolio app. 

Cryptocurrencies have development teams behind them that are working on software updates, expanding into new markets and listing on new exchanges. Signal will allow those development teams to send information, such as protocol updates or new hires, directly to investors on the Blockfolio platform. Blockfolio will then vet developers and the information they send to ensure their veracity.

Typically, crypto investors rely on Telegram or Twitter for such information, but sometimes those platforms can be unreliable or false, says Blockfolio chief executive Ed Moncada. 

In an exclusive interview with Business Insider, Moncada said the new Signal feature will cut out misinformation, PR-hype, and bias. 

"With Signal, we mainline important team information directly to users. Signals come straight from the token team leadership, free of the noise and toxicity that we so often see in the current communication channels used by the global crypto community," Moncada said.

"Just like how the feed is so valuable on Facebook and LinkedIn, the feed will become the center point of Blockfolio," Moncada added. 

In the long-run, Moncada sees the firm becoming a central hub of data and information for the crypto world just as  Bloomberg serves such a function in the broader financial markets. 

"We want to be the de facto communication network," Moncada said. "The hub of breaking information."

20 development teams are participating, including Dash, aelf, and Digibyte. Moncada said other teams have expressed interest.

Participants in Blockfolio's funding round include include DCM, which previously has invested in companies such as SigFig, the fintech company. Other participants include Playground Ventures and L2 Ventures.

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Ripple: XRP Payment Pilots Cut Fees by 40-70 Percent

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

Ripple's xRapid pilot program results found that customers saved both money and time when compared to traditional cross-border transactions.

Wall Street Adopting Bitcoin Will Lead Crypto Market to Surge: Brian Kelly

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

Brian Kelly, a prominent cryptocurrency trader, contributor to CNBC’s Fast Money, and founder of BKCM, stated on the May 9 Fast Money show that the adoption of bitcoin by Wall Street’s biggest financial institutions such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Goldman Sachs will lead the cryptocurrency market to surge in the short-

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Newsflash: Bitcoin Price Takes $250 Nosedive

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

The bitcoin price took a $250 nosedive on Thursday, putting an end to what had previously been a day of relative stability. The world’s largest cryptocurrency had spent the majority of the day trading near $9,325 on Bitfinex, though it peaked as high as $9,390 during the early morning hours. At approximately 16:45, the bitcoin … Continued

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Bitcoin Developers Build Prototype for 'Dandelion' Privacy Tool

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

Developers have proposed testing the Dandelion privacy mechanism on large number of active nodes.

Forget Bitcoin for Now: Here's the Real Reason You Should Embrace Blockchain

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

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Promoted: CoinPennant Crowdsale Puts Copy Trading on the Blockchain

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

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Copy traders give permission for investment decisions made by a more knowledgeable trader to affect a portion of the funds in their own trading accounts.

The startup CoinPennant plans to elevate this concept by channeling advice from established traders for those who want to enter the fast-paced cryptocurrency investment space by using a combined social network and blockchain-based copy trading platform.

Companies like eToro and ZuluTrade already provide copy trading services for foreign currency trading, and they have also ventured into cryptocurrency. CoinPennant wants to specialize in the cryptocurrency space by reinventing copy trading on a blockchain-based platform.

David Hoverman, CoinPennant’s lead business developer, said that the fast-moving and volatile cryptocurrency market is beset by risk and fear, uncertainty and doubt that can be daunting to newcomers.

“It’s not necessarily due to lack of access but just lack of knowledge,” he said. “Good, reliable information, especially in relation to trading, is hard to come by, and generally when you come by it, it’s expensive to obtain.”

The CoinPennant team originally envisioned a subscription-based model that would use algorithms to analyze market data and push market indicators to a user’s dashboard. During its research, it noticed online “signal groups” offering trading information and opinion for a regular financial payment. Some were unreliable, but some were legitimate, Hoverman said. This gave the team the idea to expand its services.

Alongside its original data analysis services, the company will fold a marketplace for crowdsourced trading advisory services into its platform. Investors will access the market via a social network that lets them collaborate with each other and follow those with “master trader” status in the community.

Newbie traders can shadow these established traders in two ways. The first is by purchasing trading tips that master traders publish on the system, which include entry and exit points, stop-loss thresholds and written explanations of the trading strategy.

Users pay for the tips using CoinPennant (CPNT) tokens, which are ERC20-based utility tokens. The payment goes into a smart contract, which watches the market to see whether the tip correctly predicted an asset’s movement. If the tip succeeds, the smart contract pays the tip to the trader, with a 25 percent cut going to CoinPennant. If it doesn’t, then the money returns to the user who paid for the tip.

The blockchain-based mechanism introduces more confidence in copy trading arrangements, Hoverman said.

“People giving out tips are accountable,” he said. “People giving the tips are more comfortable that the parameters are set and the smart contracts are in place to make both sides accountable to each other and prevent a lot of scams.”

Master traders are those with a proven track record on the system, and they are a key part of the company’s copy trading module. On a subscription basis, traders can create a contract with a master trader that will copy that master trader’s transactions in their own accounts, proportional to the funds that they make available.

“These master traders are people who have been trading bitcoin and ether since bitcoin was priced at $500,” Hoverman said. “They could be either individuals or groups who are really good at technical and fundamental analysis and merging the two together to predict the market movements.”

Users will be able to intervene in their accounts, manually overriding instructions sent by a master trader. They will also be able to mix copy trading contracts to create a portfolio that combines multiple strategies and risk levels, Hoverman explained.

CoinPennant will produce up to 54 million CPNT in total, selling up to 24.3 million CPNT in a private presale and crowdsale, with the exact number depending on the funds raised. It will only distribute CPNT at the end of the crowdsale.

The company will also reserve 26 percent of the total tokens produced for the founders and team, 10 percent for advisors and partners, 7 percent for early adopter master traders and 12 percent for an airdrop. The exact number generated will depend on the funds contributed.

The presale and crowdsale will be conducted in Slovenia, where the bulk of the founding team resides. CoinPennant will soon announce further details of the crowdsale, which Hoverman said will not be offered to U.S. citizens.

CoinPennant is an intelligence-trading platform and social network that enables copy trading, advanced technical analysis, and data mining. For more information, visit the links below:

The CoinPennant team brings together crypto developers and traditional business experts to provide technical solutions that meet the needs of investors of all backgrounds.

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Note: Trading and investing in digital assets is speculative and can be high-risk. Based on the shifting business and regulatory environment of such a new industry, this content should not be considered investment or legal advice.

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Ripple Powers Korean Crypto Exchange Coinone for Blockchain Remittance

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

South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Coinone is turning to Ripple for international remittances. Coinone Transfer, the retail remittance subsidiary of the namesake crypto exchange, will begin using Ripple’s enterprise blockchain network to power its soon-to-launch international remittance service for retail customers in the country. The remittance firm will use xCurrent, an enterprise blockchain software from the

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Bitcoin hedge fund Pantera Capital makes a strong comeback in April - but passive indexes did a lot better

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

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  •  Pantera Capital made a big comeback in April, thanks to a boom in the crypto markets. 
  •  Still, a number of small passive index fund beat the $1 billion fund manager. 

Pantera Capital, one of the largest cryptocurrency hedge funds, made a big comeback in April, according to documents reviewed by Business Insider. 

The firm's Digital Asset Fund gained 46.2% in April, riding a bullish surge across the market for digital currencies. That's a big turn around for the fund, which was down 45.7% in March, according to documents. 

In March, the crypto market shed almost 50% of its value. It started to picked up steam near mid-April around Tax Day in the US.

Pantera Capital, which manages about $1 billion, said in an investor letter dated April 11 that the deadline for filing taxes in the US was behind's March's recent selling pressure. 

"I could imagine that a portion of the selling pressure on the market in general has been unintended tax positions," the letter said.

Notably, Fundstrat's Tom Lee predicted in a note to clients at the beginning of April that selling pressure would alleviate after Tax Day. Since April 17, bitcoin has picked up approximately $1,500 per coin. 

Still, Pantera was outshined by at least two passive index funds. Bitwise HOLD 10 Private Index Fund was up 52.9% in April, after fees, according to person familiar with the matter. And Hehmeyer Trading's Cryptocurrency Index Fund ended April up 51.7%, according to the company.

As for Pantera's Digital Asset Fund, it is down 34% since the beginning of the year, which is slightly worse than bitcoin's performance. The cryptocurrency is down 30% year-to-date, according to Market Insider data. 

Elsewhere at Pantera, its ICO fund was up a whopping 60% in April. And its Long-Term ICO fund gained 5% in April. 

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Promoted: Gem’s Vision for Empowering Consumers to Cross the Crypto Chasm

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

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The skyrocketing popularity of cryptocurrency over the past year has been heralded by many analysts and pundits as undeniable success of the growing decentralized movement. But the reality is that crossing the chasm from early adopters and speculators to mainstream usage has proved quite challenging for an industry that seeks to reinvent how people communicate, transact and share value. 

Gem, a Los Angeles–based block-chain startup founded in 2013 in the early days of the decentralized movement, is launching a new cryptocurrency platform this summer that the company hopes will bridge that gap by recruiting millions of new mainstream users to join and drive the movement forward.

“We believe that every person is valuable. Everyone has something to contribute to their larger community,” said Micah Winkelspecht, founder and CEO of Gem. “In the new decentralized economy, we have an opportunity to reshape how that value is captured and exchanged, in a way that directly rewards the people who create that value, and not institutions. That’s what this movement is about.”

The company’s growing team of veteran blockchain and crypto-currency engineers is building on its experience of deploying blockchain and wallet technology for consumer-facing cryptocurrency startups and large companies alike — including giants such as Toyota, Capital One, Mercer and Philips. With its new product, though, the company is taking a more direct approach.

“Our goal is to empower individuals to take control of their money and return the economic benefits of their data back to them,” said Winkelspecht. “It’s about giving power back to individuals and giving them direct access to the new distributed economy.”

Decentralization brings inherent challenges that companies like Gem must address to make the new economy more accessible to everyone. These challenges include navigating the sheer number and complexity of tools and services, managing complex cryptographic keys, educating people about the risks and benefits, and designing products that target more than just the tech-savvy audience — in other words, making the whole interaction more human. 

Winkelspecht agrees. He believes that users need an all-in-one cryptocurrency platform that gives them a complete view and control of all their digital assets, with a design-centric approach that will bring the token economy to the mainstream.

The Only App You’ll Ever Need in Crypto

Gem’s new people-centered platform is built on four pillars: providing a unified view of a person’s digital wealth, empowering people to control their own assets and identity, crafting an experience for people to discover new tokens and decentralized apps, and connecting people to the projects, companies and communities driving the movement forward.

While Gem’s vision is ambitious and forward-looking, the company recognizes that cryptocurrency investing is still driving the early adoption of the most avid users of blockchain technology today. That’s where Winkelspecht believes Gem can make the biggest immediate impact.

“We want to make it easier for people to be better informed about their choices in the space and really understand what they are investing in,” Winkelspecht said.

Gem will start by launching a comprehensive portfolio management solution that will use APIs to provide consumers with a single entry point for tracking all of their crypto investments and their net worth — “Like Mint for crypto,” Winkelspecht said. The portfolio will integrate with 22 cryptocurrency exchanges, and that’s just for starters.

Gem is also creating a universal token wallet that’s designed to make it easier for users to trade cryptocurrencies of their choosing without the complexity that is traditionally required when setting up a multi-token wallet, and without the security drawbacks of hosted wallets. Initially, the Gem wallet will support bitcoin, ether and any other ERC20 tokens. The company expects to rapidly add support for other tokens. Gem is also creating a discovery tool where consumers can explore, track and research more than 1,500 cryptocurrencies.

More Than Just Trading Tokens

Winkelspecht says that ultimately, cryptocurrency is not just about money and trading, it’s about participating in a whole token-based economy of products and services.

“Crypto investment is like trading oil. It can be traded as a speculative commodity, but eventually, that fuel will be consumed to power the economy,” said Winkelspecht. “Tokens are the fuel of the new distributed economy.”

As Gem expands its platform, consumers will be able to experience a broad range of new apps and services beyond wealth management. Ultimately, Winkelspecht believes Gem will be the primary user interface for people to access the new economy, like a new web browser for the decentralized internet.

Putting the User Front and Center

One of the toughest challenges to overcome in this space is the dichotomy between security and ease of use. Winkelspecht believes that it’s largely a false dichotomy.

“Users shouldn’t have to compromise between having a great user experience and taking control of their digital identity,” he said. “As an industry, we need to bridge the gap between the early adopters and their needs and the majority mainstream audience. We need to deliver a better user experience.”

Gem’s solution is to put the user front and center in designing the platform, using detailed surveys of both crypto investors and the crypto curious, an in-depth analysis of more than 100 wallets and portfolios,  and consumer feedback to build the product.

Winkelspecht recognizes that the very nature of decentralized technologies requires end users to take more responsibility for their assets than they would with centralized services. But he believes that this burden can be minimized to make crypto investing easier for the average consumer without compromising security.

“There is always a trade-off that exists with decentralized technologies; there is a little extra work that the user needs to do to keep their own key,” Winkelspecht said. “But we try to minimize that work and educate the user through that process.”

Looking back over the past five years, Winkelspecht believes the new product will cement Gem’s role in the digital ecosystem as being the trusted interface between users and their access to this new 

world. “It’s really just about giving power back to the individual,” said Winkelspecht. “I felt like the best way we could possibly do that was to go directly to the consumer and provide a great experience that would allow people to take control over their own money and their own identities in this new economy.”

Gem plans to release its new consumer-friendly platform this summer, beginning with a private beta of its portfolio manager in May. Sign up for early access at https://gem.co.

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Bitcoin Price Could Reach $64,000 in 2019: Fundstrat Analysis

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

The bitcoin price could reach $64,000 by the end of 2019, according to a new analysis of cryptocurrency mining economics. The study, conducted by Wall Street strategy firm Fundstrat Global Advisors, argues that that the ratio between the bitcoin price and miners’ breakeven cost (P/BE) has proven to be a “reliable long-term support level” for

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Promoted: Market.space Aims to Reinvent Data Hosting

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

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Amazon AWS, Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive and Apple iCloud have built a gigantic industry around centralized cloud data hosting. According to Gartner, the global public cloud services market is forecast to be worth more than $305 billion in 2018, more than $355 billion in 2019 and more than $411 billion in 2020.

Though the industry is enormous and growing at warp speed, it is now being disrupted by a new decentralized storage and distribution paradigm that could liberate the world's data from problematic silos.

At the forefront of this trend is Market.space, a pioneer in distributed hosting aggregation. Market.space is a tokenized technology development initiative aimed at building a decentralized cloud hosting marketplace. The Market.space blockchain-enabled aggregation platform will enable hosting companies and data centers to earn cryptocurrency by leasing unused disc space and bandwidth, while at the same time providing businesses and consumers a safer and cheaper way to store and share data and content.

A New Kind of Hosting Company

“Market.space is a next-generation data storage company,” said Alexander Rakhmanov, Market.space founder and CEO, who is also CEO of RapidGator.net, a popular file hosting platform that manages data for 80 million customers. “I have ten years of experience in cloud infrastructure and have been CEO of a large hosting company for the last five years, and I see what’s coming next. As a blockchain-enabled hosting aggregator, Market.space intends to give businesses and consumers direct, fluid access to enterprise-grade data hosting with greatly improved security and pricing.”

Updating a company’s data storage and transmission infrastructure every few years has become operationally impossible, so storing data off premises is a given these days. But that adaptation is not fundamental enough to meet the growing and diversifying needs of businesses and consumers. A decentralized data hosting solution, on the other hand, will not only keep pace, but also shift, restructure and evolve with the market.

Traditional centralized cloud storage companies tend to only offer a few hosting plans with a short list of optional features. It's becoming more and more difficult for hosting providers to support the level of versatility that the market is now demanding. Market.space, headquartered in Estonia, is the first company to introduce the niche-adaptive service concept for decentralized data storage. This sort of on-the-fly adaption to marketplace demands is much more easily deployed through a decentralized hosting aggregator because blockchain technology is much more flexible in terms of porting and scaling of various data hosting features.

Within the Market.space platform, hosting providers will be able to list and sell their services directly to customers. Using its own blockchain platform for smart contracts and risk management measures such as insurance deposits, Market.space will seek to make hosting services more efficient, trimming costs and ensuring a seamless customer experience on all fronts. And the Market.space blockchain network will self-strengthen by automatically detecting and repairing replication and redundancy failures.

Privacy and Security

Centralized data silos are vulnerable to integrity breaches. If you inadvertently confide trade secrets to the cloud, that information could be deployed by someone else without you ever knowing it. With Market.space, your file is split into chunks on the client side and encrypted there. Then, the file, in the form of encrypted chunks, will be sent to the servers of professional hosting companies. Even if someone hacks the host and locates the chunks, they'll find undecipherable pieces that they can't decrypt.

“The pairing of encryption with decentralization results in unprecedented privacy protection plus fault-tolerance in case of attacks,” Rakhmanov said. “Bypassing proof of identity maintains the anonymity of participants, while timestamps serve as proof of ownership.”

Defense of Intellectual Property

Using document signature timestamping for proof of ownership simplifies the defense of patents, trademarks and other intellectual property, and it will enable seamless delivery of audio, video, images and text from media companies, artists, authors, journalists and other publishers to their audience. 

A New Cryptocurrency for Data Infrastructure and Services

Market.space will employ two smart contracts, one on the Ethereum blockchain and another on its own ERC20-compatible internal blockchain, an adaption designed to minimize “gas” costs and transaction processing bottlenecks like those seen during the CryptoKitties craze. Customers will be able to upload files to Market.space and pay for storage and hosting with an internal cryptocurrency called “MASPC.” The separate “MASP” utility token, which will be tradeable for other cryptocurrencies and fiat, will be built on the Ethereum blockchain.

The Road Ahead

Market.space will expand its team in the second quarter of 2018 and will have technical and legal issues solved by the end of the year, launching the basic version of the platform in the first quarter of 2019. The final launch is scheduled for the third quarter of 2019, after a period of debugging. Plans for 2020 include promotion and expansion of the platform and the launch of mobile applications.

To raise funds for the venture, Market.space is conducting an initial coin offering (ICO). The fundraiser commenced on April 16, 2018, and it will end on May 27, 2018.

Note: Trading and investing in digital assets is speculative and can be high-risk. Based on the shifting business and regulatory environment of such a new industry, this content should not be considered investment or legal advice.

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This Warren Buffett ‘Disciple’ Says He is Wrong about Bitcoin

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

Tech investor Chamath Palihapitiya considers himself a “disciple” of Warren Buffett, but even he does not think the investing icon is a reliable source on the subject of bitcoin. Palihapitiya, who served in various management roles during a four-year tenure at Facebook, told CNBC that technology is outside of Buffett’s “circle of competence,” so he

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5 years ago, stock-trading app Robinhood was rejected by 75 investors — now it's worth $5.6 billion

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

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  • Robinhood, the zero-fee stock trading app that's popular among millennials, confirmed its Series D funding round of $363 million.
  • The round places the company's worth at $5.6 billion.
  • Robinhood says it will use the money to snag new talent, offer more financial service options (among them, its rollout of the company's cryptocurrency trading platform), and spearhead product growth. 

 

In March, the Wall Street Journal reported that commission-free stock trading company Robinhood could be valued in excess of $5 billion. The Journal's unnamed sources said the company was currently raising an estimated $350 million funding round, led by Robinhood's longtime investor, the Russian investment firm DST. 

Now, Robinhood is confirming both the size of the Series D funding round at $363 million and the company's current valuation at $5.6 billion, making the five-year-old startup a formidable contender in the fintech stock-trading market.

It's a remarkable growth for the young company, which, in its first attempt to secure funding, was rejected 75 times.

The round brought in new investors like Kleiner Perkins, Sequoia, Iconiq, and Capital G as well, Robinhood co-founder Vlad Tenev told Business Insider. Tenev said Robinhood will use the money to launch new products, scale the product's growth, and snag new talent. Most recently, Robinhood brought on Greylock investor Josh Elman as its VP of product.

"We're expanding our product suite so that we can offer many financial services at the lowest possible price," said Tenev.

Robinhood's primary offering is a zero-fees trading app that's taken off among millennials. Currently, the company is rolling out a cryptocurrency trading platform, where users in 10 US states can currently trade in fiat currencies commission-free for digital currencies like bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin. 

Tenev declined to share the number of users who are trading in cryptocurrencies through Robinhood's app, but said that there was a "huge demand" for the service. 

"We're working as fast as we can," said Tenev.

Like its stock-trading options, Robinhood's cryptocurrency trading platform is also commission-free. Tenev said Robinhood will be buckling down on its cryptocurrency offerings in the forthcoming months.

"Cryptocurrency platforms have exorbitant fees and they're hard to use," said Tenev. "I think it's fair to say that our goal is to build the best product on the market, where users can have all of their investments in one place."

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5 years ago, stock-trading app Robinhood was rejected by 75 investors — now it's worth $5.6 billion

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

Vlad Tenev, Baiju Bhatt, robinhood, sv100 2015

  • Robinhood, the zero-fee stock trading app that's popular among millennials, confirmed its Series D funding round of $363 million.
  • The round places the company's worth at $5.6 billion.
  • Robinhood says it will use the money to snag new talent, offer more financial service options (among them, its rollout of the company's cryptocurrency trading platform), and spearhead product growth. 

 

In March, the Wall Street Journal reported that commission-free stock trading company Robinhood could be valued in excess of $5 billion. The Journal's unnamed sources said the company was currently raising an estimated $350 million funding round, led by Robinhood's longtime investor, the Russian investment firm DST. 

Now, Robinhood is confirming both the size of the Series D funding round at $363 million and the company's current valuation at $5.6 billion, making the five-year-old startup a formidable contender in the fintech stock-trading market.

It's a remarkable growth for the young company, which, in its first attempt to secure funding, was rejected 75 times.

The round brought in new investors like Kleiner Perkins, Sequoia, Iconiq, and Capital G as well, Robinhood co-founder Vlad Tenev told Business Insider. Tenev said Robinhood will use the money to launch new products, scale the product's growth, and snag new talent. Most recently, Robinhood brought on Greylock investor Josh Elman as its VP of product.

"We're expanding our product suite so that we can offer many financial services at the lowest possible price," said Tenev.

Robinhood's primary offering is a zero-fees trading app that's taken off among millennials. Currently, the company is rolling out a cryptocurrency trading platform, where users in 10 US states can currently trade in fiat currencies commission-free for digital currencies like bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin. 

Tenev declined to share the number of users who are trading in cryptocurrencies through Robinhood's app, but said that there was a "huge demand" for the service. 

"We're working as fast as we can," said Tenev.

Like its stock-trading options, Robinhood's cryptocurrency trading platform is also commission-free. Tenev said Robinhood will be buckling down on its cryptocurrency offerings in the forthcoming months.

"Cryptocurrency platforms have exorbitant fees and they're hard to use," said Tenev. "I think it's fair to say that our goal is to build the best product on the market, where users can have all of their investments in one place."

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Crypto exchanges are stepping up their game to lure high-speed traders like Virtu and Citadel

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

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  • The cryptocurrency market is known for a profusion of cryptocurrency exchange venues. 
  • To compete for business from large trading firms, some crypto exchanges are building out their infrastructures to look like traditional equities exchanges.
  • Exchanges such as Gemini and Coinbase have begun supporting block trading. 
  • Some crypto exchanges are rolling out new liquidity programs and considering co-location and other market structure developments, according to executives. 

Crypto exchanges are trying to step up their game to lure the fastest traders on Wall Street. 

These exchanges, which helped shepherd the nascent market for digital currencies through 2017's boom, have been adding customers and making money hand-over-fist. Bloomberg estimates crypto exchanges bring in $3 million a day in fees. Still, many have failed to attract large institutional investors to the platform, relying for now on small time traders for liquidity.

In order to draw in big traders, exchanges across the space are beefing up their capabilities and rolling out new products to attract liquidity. 

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

Block Trades

The exchange business is a volumes game with more volumes equaling more profit. Attracting large traders or investors is one way to boost volumes. But most customers of this profile have opted to trade in over-the-counter markets, rather than on retail exchanges.

That's because big trades on a crypto exchange can impact the broader price in the market, said Michael Moro, chief executive of Genesis Trading, an OTC trader and market making firm in the crypto space. Moro told Business Insider that most of his accounts would never trade on an exchange. 

"As better as these exchanges have kind of gotten, 95% of what I do is OTC," Moro said. "I don't touch the exchanges for liquidity at all, but that's because OTC markets are far more efficient, especially for size."

To compete for larger orders in the crypto markets, a number of exchanges have started to offer block trades, which are executed off an exchange main order book as to not move the market in a direction against the trader. 

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Gemini, the cryptocurrency exchange founded by the Winklevoss twins, started allowing customers to buy and sell large quantities of crypto in April. Coinbase has also started supporting block trades as well. That could lure large traders to their venues, according to CoinRoutes chief executive Dave Weisberger. 

"I think that there is a clear need for more tools available for block trading in Bitcoin and other crypto assets, so companies that fill that need will be rewarded," Weisberger said in an interview. 

Liquidity programs

Crypto exchanges have also been flirting with different incentive programs, which provide discounts to certain market makers for adding liquidity to a venue. 

The idea of providing incentive to liquidity providers is not new to trading. IEX, the upstart stock exchange, recently unveiled such a program that offers discounts on trading fees across a number of securities trading on its venue. The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq offer rebates to brokers to incentivize them to send their order to their exchange.

The point of a market maker is to ensure immediacy of execution, even if there isn't natural interest in the market.  With incentives, you are more likely to attract traditional market makers to the fold, executives from market making firms told Business Insider.

"It could draw in those who have only been involved in a lower capacity," one trading executive said. 

The lack of liquidity in crypto is one reason behind its neck-breaking volatility. 

"There's less liquidity in the marketplace than people might think," the executive added. "This last run-down can show you. People selling because of Tax Day drove this market to the ground."

In the US, dollar to crypto transactions are in the couple hundred millions of dollars a day, according to research by crypto firm MithrilX. 

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Currently GDAX, Coinbase's cryptocurrency exchange, does not charge liquidity providers for placing orders on the exchange. And it is currently looking into adding new liquidity incentive programs, according to a job advertisement for a head of market structure. Gemini provides incentive for some market makers trading in its auctions. 

Circle, the fintech firm that recently acquired crypto exchange Poloniex, is also looking into new incentive programs for market makers, the company's chief executive office Jeremy Allaire told Business Insider in an interview. 

"We inherited a fee structure and are obviously looking closely at that to make sure it is in line with what participants expect," Allaire said. "I think there will be multiple models and experiments tried across venues."

What else can be done?

Outside liquidity incentive programs, cryptocurrency exchanges are also looking into supporting co-location capabilities, which would allow high-frequency traders to house their servers in the same building as exchange matching engines.

The practice, which was highlighted in the hit Michael Lewis book "Flash Boys," has been controversial on Wall Street, since it provides traders with faster access to information. 

"I would imagine in the upcoming year that we will see exchanges develop co-location capabilities, and it will be something of a common occurrence," Miha Gcrar, head of business development at Bitstamp, said. 

Coinbase is considering co-location as well, a source told Business Insider. 

To be sure, at this time, co-location isn't a "core necessity" for trading firms, Gcrar said. 

What they want to see in the crypto exchange market, for the most part, according to market insiders, is outside of their control or will require years to come to fruition. 

For instance, the lack of a proper prime broker is keeping Virtu Financial, the high-speed trading firm from entering the market. Here's chief executive Douglas Cifu: 

We are a market maker in the Cboe and the CME futures products around [cryptocurrency], I guess they're bitcoin futures right now. We do not currently make markets in any of the [cryptocurrency] markets primarily because of our concerns round risk management. In other words our MO has always been to trade in transparent and regulated exchanges with centralized clearing or clearing though a prime broker in cash, if you will, bitcoin and other [cryptocurrencies] that is currently not available.

A prime broker would allow traders to trade across venues simultaneously without maintaining a balance on a single exchange. A prime broker would put their own funds into a crypto exchange and then extend their customers credit to trade in and out. 

There also isn't a major clearing firm in crypto to act as an intermediary between banks. As a result, small banks such as Silvergate and Signature act as quasi clearing houses. 

"You can only have instant clearing if your counterparty is using the same banks, " Jonathan Benassaya, CEO of MithrilX, said. "The bank is becoming the clearing house."

Still, even if these things were to come to fruition, it may not be enough for some large traders. As Genesis' Moro put it: "You could poke holes in everything the exchanges are doing for not being of institutional quality."

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